Turkey's SINCE YESTERDAY has inked a deal with Glasstone Records. The band's new album, "The Artificial Truth", will be released on September 6.

SINCE YESTERDAY went to great lengths to make "The Artificial Truth" the best it could be, enlisting the talents of Will Putney of The Machine Shop Productions in New Jersey to produce, engineer, mix and master the album.

Putney has previously produced albums for SUICIDE SILENCE, REIGN SUPREME, THICK AS BLOOD and THE BANNER, to name a few, and has worked on releases from the likes of LAMB OF GOD, HASTE THE DAY, FALL OUT BOY, COBRA STARSHIP, FOUR YEAR STRONG, ARMOR FOR SLEEP, DEMON HUNTER and UNEARTH. Additionally, the album artwork is by Derek Hess, who has worked with UNEARTH, SEPULTURA, IN FLAMES, CONVERGE, DEFTONES, FALL OUT BOY, Vans Warped Tour, ATREYU, PANTERA, THE OFFSPRING, NINE INCH NAILS, BAD RELIGION, NOFX, PEARL JAM and PINK FLOYD.

SINCE YESTERDAY formed in 2002 in Ankara, Turkey. Described by Metal Hammer as "a musically talented heavy band as cool as any from the U.K. or U.S. with riffs to make KILLSWITCH ENGAGE blush, groove like anything by DEVILDRIVER and the pace of AS I LAY DYING, without all the generic formulas of everything from the U.S. since 2004."

SINCE YESTERDAY recently toured with HORSE THE BAND and MADBALL. They are also booked to play at the Unirock Open Air Festival III in Istanbul.

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