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The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza Releases Studio Report and Pre-Production Tracks

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Tennessee progressive tech metallers The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza are hard at work, recording their third album, "Danza III: The Series Of Unfortunate Events," at Anthem Productions with Jeremiah Scott and Steve Blackmon. Check out the report below.

The band reports that "Danza III"'s themes are exactly what the title suggests - a chronicle of unfortunate events - personal, social, political, and global.

Frontman Jessie Freeland describes the music: "We see it as an accumulation of Danza I and II combined. We spent a lot of time structuring the album with three main musical elements, those being tech, groove, and ambience. It's a long, pissed-off and sad emotional roller coaster."

"Danza III" will see a 2010 release on Black Market Activities. In the meantime, the band has posted several pre-production previews for streaming on their MySpace page.

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