WE ARE KNUCKLE DRAGGER Taps Producer ROSS ROBINSON For New Album

WE ARE KNUCKLE DRAGGER, the Newcastle, England-based three-piece bastard child of experimental metal, punk and hardcore featuring members of YOURCODENAMEIS, will enter a Los Angeles studio in February with producer Ross Robinson (SLIPKNOT, DEFTONES, AT THE DRIVE-IN, GLASSJAW, KORN) to begin recording its sophomore album for a tentative June release.

WE ARE KNUCKLE DRAGGER emerged from the underground scene with two EPs and a Steve Albini-recorded (NIRVANA, PIXIES, HELMET) debut album, which received widespread support from BBC Radio 1, Kerrang!, Xfm, BBC 6 Music, Scuzz and national press.

The trio toured with MESHUGGAH, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and AND SO I WATCH YOU FROM AFAR and released a song on Xbox 'Rock Band 3".

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