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The Acacia Strain Looking At September Release

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THE ACACIA STRAIN have posted the following update:

"Just checking in to give you all an update as to what we have going on over here... pass it on. :)

We are almost finished writing the new record, we have 2 more songs to go! We have been in the studio writing and getting ready to record for over 2 months and we can't wait to get in the studio and lay this stuff down. Looks like we are still shooting for a September release for the record.

We are going to Europe in July and August. We will be there from July 11th to August 4th. We will be touring with Annotations Of An Autopsy and Knights Of The Abyss.

We are looking forward to the tour and getting back over that way. It has been a long time! (For those in other countries we may not get to this time, we are working on it, promise.) Keep checking back for cities and dates!

June is still a go for a US tour. Bands, cities, etc. to be announced soon.

We are re-doing our MySpace and that will be up within the next couple of days. Thanks to Mike @ theMike Designs for helping us out with that. He rules!

In the meantime, our management put two songs on the player that you wanted to hear.

Check out: here.

Add as friends (very important), and take a listen to '4x4' and 'Passing The Pencil Test'.

You are all AWESOME. Thank you for the support, the health help, kind comments and messages. THUMBS UP!

See you soon."

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