Dead And Divine Announces New Album "The Machines We Are"
Ontario based band Dead and Divine have issued the following statement about an upcoming album:
"You're damn right I just dropped that bomb. In lieu of my recent interest in bolding, underlining, and being obsessively organized, I feel it's only fair for me to organize the fuck out of this blog. Check it.
"This will be a lovely little cornucopia of information. It shall be a mammoth horn of fuckin' plenty. This blog is a diaper and what I'm about to discuss is the shit.
"As you may have guessed from the title, the record is titled "The Machines We Are". I'm really excited for everybody to hear what we're working on, it's heavier than anything we've written and it's more melodic and lovely than anything we've written. Hopefully you're all as stoked as I am to get it out there.
"Who's producing the record you ask? Well why don't you fuck off and let me tell you. We'll be working with a super-team consisting of the ever-renowned Garth "GGGarth" Richardson (Atreyu, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rise Against, Beloved, Rage Against the Machine, Haste the Day), and Torontonian Eric Ratz (Cancer Bats, Billy Talent, Thornley).
"In all seriousness, they're both great at what they do and we couldn't be more excited to be working with - not one - but two outstanding record producers. We're huge fans of the records they've helped create (Ahem...Learn) and we don't have a doubt in our mind that this album will sound great.
"So I'll close this blog, but now you have a little insight into our new record. Expect it this SUMMER on Distort Entertainment.
"One love, baby. One love."
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