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Anew Revolution Begins Writing New Album

Texan hard rock band, Anew Revolution, has issued the following update regarding the closing of their tour and beginning of writing their new album:

"So we end this final run for 'Rise' on high note with a writing/recording session with Producer Skidd Mills in Memphis, TN and it was an enlightening and eye-opening experience to say the least. Throughout this last headline tour we were anxious to start writing and recording the new album but ironically once we hit Memphis, we actually had a little writers block but with the help of Skidd he got the ball rolling on solid note. We wrote a song called 'Head against the wall' and let's just say it kills! Now we get to focus our time and energy this summer to continue what we started and write a killer record!! Expect a darker, more aggressive & intense album, and we will have alot more to say about everything going around us today. We also intend to include all of you in the process leading all the way to the release of album 2 (which we don't know when it will be released yet ;) we will reach out to you for feedback, suggestions and even through contests...so be attentive!"

"We spent the last 18 months touring, promoting, and recording our first album 'Rise' and now it's time to put that to bed and continue what we started and use what we've built with last album as a stepping stone to greater things. We were very fortunate to have been spun on many radio stations (you know who you all are we thank you greatly :) And what can we say about all of you who've seen us supporting banks like Otep, Sevendust, Kittie, Nonpoint, Drowning Pool, 12 Stones and all the way to our recent headline run, we've heard you sing, scream and move with us every night and we thank you for bringing the energy every night!"

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