DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY Enter Studio To Record Sophomore Album

South Florida's goth rockers DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY have entered Studio 13 with producer Jeremy Staska (POISON THE WELL, NEW FOUND GLORY, NONPOINT) to begin recording their sophomore effort, tentatively entitled "Unsaved". According to the band's official web site (www.deadstar.com), they will be heading out with CROSSBREED for a series of preview dates beginning Feb. 27 at the State Theater in St. Petersburg, FL. The group describe the new album as "definitive DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY, chock-full of bruising beats, crushing riffs and plenty of electronics." Expect the new album to drop in the late spring with a national tour to follow. DEADSTAR ASSEMBLY's self-titled debut album is now available at all FYE music stores and Tower Records nationwide.

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