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Hopesfall Recording New Album

Hopesfall have just entered Vudu Studios in Long Island, NY with producer Mike Watts (As Cities Burn, As Tall As Lions) to record a new album for Trustkill Records. The band revealed that they have been working on new material for close to a year and fans should expect a further progression in their sound. Guitarist Josh Brigham says:

"Our music has always been spacey and heavy, and we use those roots, combined with our love of grunge-era Smashing Pumpkins, Dinosaur Jr., Hum, and Pixies, we add some bigger, heavier riffs. We all admire bands that can morph and change with each album, and that is what we try to do. Expect change and progression, in both song writing and overall style, on the new album."

Hopesfall recently debuted a new song, "Bird Flu," for the Trustkill Takeover II Compilation. The song will also appear on the forthcoming album, but will appear slightly altered as the band plans to spend six weeks in the studio working on the album.

Source: Lambgoat

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1. deathmetalrules420 writes:

i hope it sounds better than "A Types"....the album is alright but could be better...but I've always seemed to like this band no matter what so i guess ill just see what happens....

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2. RememberMetal? writes:

I think No Wings and Satelite years were great...A-types is pathetic.

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3. Dan writes:

lawl ! you are pathetic

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