DUST TO DUST Scrap EP Plans, Prepare To Record Full-Length

New York's DUST TO DUST have scrapped plans to release a five-song EP and have decided to release a full-length album sometime in the late fall or winter. Like the scrapped EP, the full-length will also be entitled Sick and will feature "10 blistering new tracks," according to a message posted on the band's official web site. "The decision to move forward with a new full-length album had come about in view of recent developments that have made it possible for the band to do so," continues the message. "Keep an ear out for the release of their first single 'Sick', due to hit the airwaves real soon!"


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