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Raging Speedhorn Complete Work On New Album

RAGING SPEEDHORN guitarist Gareth Smith has issued the following update:

"We've just finished recording and mixing the new album. We've spent two weeks at the wonderfully isolated Foel Studio in North Wales, with Larry Hibbitt, recording ten songs.

"The studio was the perfect place to record such an album. Literally in the middle of nowhere, on the side of a huge valley, with no connection to the outside world. We cut ourselves away from society and worked day and night over 13 days. We're all really excited with what we've produced. Larry and his sidekick, Charlie, have done an amazing job in realising our vision for this record.

"We'll be mastering the album next week and then heading straight out on a European tour with TWELVE TRIBES and BRIDGE TO SOLACE. We'll also be squeezing in a few shows in the U.K. and an appearance on Total Rock Radio before we head to the mainland. We'll be on Total Rock on May 3rd. so listen out for that.

"We'll be releasing our fourth album, 'Before the Sea Was Built', worldwide in early September, once again through the good people at SPV Records."

Source: Blabbermouth

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gotta love this band...

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actually i thought these guys were ace live when i saw them back in 2002

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