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Zoroaster Recording New Album "Matador"

Zoroaster has entered Atlanta’s Living Room Studios to begin the recording of its new album "Matador." A July release via E1 Music is expected. Zoroaster is working with producer Sanford Parker on the new album, which will be mastered by Collin Jordan at The Boiler Room in Chicago, IL. The drums and bass on "Matador" are being laid to tape at Atlanta’s Glow in the Dark Studios.

The band will debut a number of new songs at its upcoming SXSW live performances which kick off on Wednesday, March 17 as part of the Action! PR SXSW Showcase (@ Mohawk: 912 Red River St., Austin, TX). The all ages event will be open to the public as well as SXSW badge and wristband holders.

Zoroaster guitarist / vocalist Will Fiore commented: “As a whole, these are the strongest songs we've ever put together and they really encompass everything we've done until now as a band. There are some really heavy, slow creepers and some of the faster, more driving songs. The new material ranges from really aggressive to more melodic and trippy.”

“It’s going to be a pretty straight-forward rock album and I think it’s what we wanted to create with both ‘Dog Magic’ and ‘Voice of Saturn’ rolled into one,” offers drummer Dan Scanlan. “There will be a lot of shorter tracks that are very straight forward and hard-hitting — it’s a lot less of a droning record than what people are expecting. The album title Matador sums up the feel of the album perfectly. It's an epic sort of title; strong and powerful, but graceful.”

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