MILLER'S TALE Collaborate With Acclaimed Producer On New Demo

Atlanta's MILLER'S TALE have just returned home from Los Angeles after recording a three-song demo with acclaimed producer Dave Schiffman. Schiffman, who is known for his credits with bands such as RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, JANE'S ADDICTION, SYSTEM OF A DOWN, TOM PETTY, JOHNNY CASH, GUNS N' ROSES, and THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, started his relationship with the band at the end of 2001 after receiving a demo from MT's management company Gold Mountain Entertainment (known for their work with NIRVANA, BEASTIE BOYS, FOO FIGHTERS, and Hank Williams III). At Schiffman's request, MILLER'S TALE went out to Los Angeles and spent two weeks with him producing the following three tracks:

01. Customer Satisfaction
02. Deflowered
03. Don't Tell A Soul

Schiffman is currently finishing the mastering process and should have the project wrapped within the next week.

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