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Archon Legion Checks In with Recording Update

Andrew Saunders of Victoria, BC's Archon Legion has checked in with the following update:

"So, I think its time for a little update! We have been taking a break from jamming, until Grant [Truesdell, guitar] gets back home from the LFM tour at least. We began writing some new songs for a new album! But that is far from becoming reality at this point.

"We are working on an EP that will contain 3 new recordings as well as a live track from the V-LOUNGE show we played with Hibria in June, as well as possibly 1 or 2 re recordings of old songs from the ist album. The 3 new songs are being mixed by Rob Shallcross in Vancouver and being mastered by one of his colleagues. The new songs are sounding amazing, and feature the slickest production we have had thus far! We are definately happy with how they are sounding and I can promise that they will be the best sounding songs we have ever released!

"Guitars for 2 of the 3 songs are finished as well as Grant's vocals for all 3. I will be heading to the studio throughout the next few weeks to finish up the guitars on the final song as well as vocals for all 3. Once finished, we will be hosting a CD release show to celebrate!

"The rest of 2009 and beginning of 2010 will see us taking a bit of a break from the constant touring of the past. We will be hiding away writing songs for a new album. We will still be playing shows around the Victoria area as well as Vancouver, and possibly the interior of BC. Once the album is finished though, a full tour will be in the works.

"Stay tuned for the next chapter!"

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