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Harlots To Break From Touring, Working On New Album

After a consistent run of tours in support of their last album, Ohio's Harlots will be taking some time off from the road. Drummer Jeff Lohrber comments:

"When you get involved in heavy touring of any kind, it can really strain the friendships within and outside of the band. Through the course of recording and touring for 'Betrayer' we've went through so many challenges where most bands would have given up. So now, it's time to get back to real life for a few months and recoup. Christian will be finishing school this Spring, Eric has been working on a new project with ex-members of Kenoma and Rune for a while now, Josh just got a house with his girlfriend and will be busting his face skating when the warm weather comes, and I will be working on a new band as well."

The band does however expect to resume touring in late-June/July.

Meanwhile, Harlots is currently hard at work on their second album for Lifeforce Records. The group has demoed roughly fourteen songs thus far, with plans to write more. Lohrber adds, "This will be the first time that we've gotten to do a follow-up release with a label, and we're going to take advantage of the opportunity and go completely overboard!"

Source: Lambgoat

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