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The Bled Return To The Studio

The Bled, have entered the studio this week to begin recording their follow-up to their 2005 breakout disc, Found In The Flood. The band is working with producer Brian McTernan (Hot Water Music, Snapcase) at his Baltimore studio, Salad Days. A summer release on Vagrant is planned for the as yet untitled disc.

“We demoed eleven songs and are in the early stages of taking those apart and putting them back together again. Hopefully we’ll be writing a couple more before tracking starts next week,” comments guitarist Jeremy Talley. “Everything is going really well and Brian (McTernan) has been treat to work with. The new songs feel like the better parts of our first two records, mixed with some new ideas and surprises.”

The Bled's Pass The Flask, their debut release compiled with 11 additional tracks, was reissued on Vagrant Records. The original version of Pass The Flask has become a hard-to-find item and the band has previously been unable to sell the disc at their shows. This new version also features some of the bands earliest recordings along with a few more recent original and unreleased tracks.

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