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Unearth Frontman Tevor Phipps Issues Post-Tour Update

Unearth frontman Trevor Phipps has posted the following post-tour update to the band's MySpace blog:

"Thanks to everyone who made our recent "Alive from the Apocalypse" tour such a good time. Every show was a rager, all the fans brought the ruckus and every band were great dudes and fun to party with. Thanks to the fans, Bury Your Dead, As Blood Runs Black, My Children My Bride, The Destro, all the crew for their help and hard work and thanks to everyone involved in this tour for making it happen.

"This short time away from writing the next album gave us the platform to go out and have fun playing on tour again, support our new DVD and give a little taste of some new material to the fans. We are fired up as all hell and looking forward to finishing up writing this next album and getting it out there for all to hear by October. Without going into too much detail about the new tunes, it is harder hitting with more groove than any previous Unearth material. If you were in the crowd at one of our shows on this last tour, you got a glimpse of what to expect. Working with Derek Kerswill as our drummer for this album has given us the chance to let the songs grow as they should, the parts build up how they should and have the tunes hit as hard as they should. We are beyond amped about the new stuff and we look forward to giving everyone some new tunes to thrash to real fucking soon.

"till next time...
Trevor"

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1. pursuit of vikings writes:

"it is harder hitting with more groove than any previous Unearth material." Uh oh. I'm not sure if I like the sound of that. The groove part anyway... Their last two albums were great, but I do think they need to change things up on the next one. However, "more groove" isn't exactly what I was hoping to hear. I guess I'll just have to wait and hear it for myself. I really hope my doubts are proven wrong.

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2. FocusShift writes:

I think he might mean more groove like the 80's chords that they used on the song "The Chosen" for the ATHF soundtrack which I think was excellent.

But we'll hear it when it's out.

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3. deathbringer writes:

I agree they need to change things up. I also enjoyed the last two albums a lot, but I can't see them sticking to the same stuff. I'm interested in hearing what they might do with this next album, but am trying to stay neutral expectations-wise.

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