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Dormitory Effect Issues Studio Update

Long Island all female metal band, Dormitory Effect, has issued the following update regarding the progress on new album on their MySpace page to their fans:

"We are still in the process of getting our new CD done, it's not ready just yet. Yes, we had tried to have it ready by Fall, but it got pushed back for various reasons that have nothing to do with the band or the recording itself."

"It's taking longer than we would like, but unfortunately life gets in the way sometimes...okay, in our case it gets in the way most of the time LOL...but trust us, we are hard at work and we can't wait to get it to you!"

"So just because we haven't been quite as active or responsive as we have in the past it doesn't mean that we've broken up or anything. We're just trying to be as focused as possible as we know this is the release that will define us and we're taking it very seriously."

"Right now we're on track to have it ready by June. it's still a ways to go, but we're not gonna rush this. We haven't been playing out because the rehearsing and promoting that a show requires is a distraction, and we need to keep our eyes on the prize so to speak."

"So we appreciate the interest and the questions about the new CD, it's coming and we'll be playing out again with all-new material real soon. We appreciate everyone's patience, and we will be back out there soon with all guns blazing!"

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1. GregRamone writes:

Can't wait for the new cd but I think you know that already !!!!!!!!!! Sincerely GregRamone

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