WITHIN THE RUINS Preparing To Enter Studio

Westfield, Massachusetts metallers WITHIN THE RUINS will enter the studio at the end of this month to record their new album, due this summer via Victory Records. The group will record in White Lake, Michigan with producer/engineer Joshua Wickman, who previously worked with WITHIN THE RUINS on 2010's "Invade" CD.

Commented WITHIN THE RUINS guitarist Joe Cocchi: "We have a good amount of new material to finish working with while we're home for the month. Lots of work left, but we're definitely stoked on the music we've come up with so far — this material is unlike anything else we've released. Stay tuned for pre-production and studio videos soon!"

WITHIN THE RUINS will join The Recorruptour on May 3 with WHITECHAPEL, MISS MAY I, AFTER THE BURIAL, and more.

WITHIN THE RUINS' seven-inch EP, "Omen", was released last May via Victory. The effort featured two new songs as well as cover versions of METALLICA's "Fight Fire With Fire" and KANSAS' "Carry On My Wayward Son".


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