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Light This City Offers Video Update From The Studio

San Francisco’s melodic death metallers LIGHT THIS CITY have issued the first of four in-studio video updates, while the band is recording its fourth record, tentatively scheduled for a fall 2008 release via Prosthetic Records.

“We are now back home safely in the Bay Area from one of the most intense tours ever!” says drummer Ben Muray. “These two weeks with All That Remains and Chimaira across the US were amazing, and by far the biggest shows we have ever played. Thanks so much to all of the bands and people behind the scenes that made this tour such a success. There are tons of new pictures from the tour in the pictures section of our MySpace site. Go check those out and leave some comments!

“Now on to what you really want to hear: We have been in the studio in Oakland, CA with engineer Zack Ohren tracking the follow up to Facing the Thousand, which should see a release date in September. We couldn’t be more excited on how these new songs have turned out, and we are SURE that you guys will love them. We have posted our 1st of 4 studio journals on YouTube, so check it out by clicking here! Stay tuned for more info on the album as well as more video journals as the recording progresses.

“Lastly, we have added ‘Like Every Song’s Our Last’ onto the player on the MySpace page. Go give it some listens and thrash out in your room! We will be playing the song on the next tour, which will be announced shortly, so stay tuned!”

Here are the latest LIGHT THIS CITY tour dates prior to their previously announced tour with Death Angel, God Forbid and Soilent Green:

4/07 Redwood City, CA – The Oddstad Gallery (with The Swellers)
4/20 Bakersfield, CA – The Dome (with Dragonlord)

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One of my most anticipated albums of the year, next to Abigail William's full length.

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