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The Number Twelve Looks Like You Enters The Studio

The Number Twelve Looks Like You entered the studio in late August to begin work on their third full-length release. The Bergen County, NJ five-piece will be self-producing the effort at Backroom Studios in Rockaway, NJ. The as-yet-untitled disc will then be mixed by Steve Evetts (Every Time I Die) and is tentatively scheduled for an early-2009 release via Eyeball Records.

"It's that time again! Time where the geese run wild in the open studio and the waves of music stir up another tsunami," comments vocalist Jesse Korman. "That's right, we are back with a new musical roller coaster record that will be sure to harsh your mellow. We have crept outside of our box to write the MOST unlikely #12 collection yet. We are ready to have new riders journey the coaster with us and have our ever-so-loyal fans show them where to vomit."

Source: Lambgoat

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