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Scale The Summit Writing New Album And Announces New Tour Dates

Houston's instru-metalists Scale the Summit will embark on a short run of dates starting on June 16th. These are the band's first live shows since headlining the inaugural Prosthetic Records' showcase at Austin's South By Southwest in March, where they debuted a brand new song. Scale the Summit is currently writing the follow up to 2008's "Carving Desert Canyons."

Guitarist Chris Letchford commented, "We're really excited about this short headlining run out to the 'Make Music Pasadena' festival in southern California. We have been at home writing for a couple months now after the BTBAM/Cynic/Devin Townsend tour ended earlier this year. It has been amazing; we're almost finished with all of the guitar parts and have just begun work on a lot of the drum and bass parts. Writing couldn't be moving along any smoother and its awesome to see the direction this album is taking us. We're really branching out our ideas, colors, and feeling for this next album. We're all looking forward to getting back out on the road and playing a few of our new creations for everyone in couple weeks!"

See the band at the following dates, before they begin recording:

6/16 Emo's Alterative Lounge- Austin, TX
6/18 Cheyenne Saloon- Las Vegas, NV
6/19 Make Music Pasadena Fest- Pasadena, CA
6/20 Nile Underground- Mesa, AZ
6/22 Lola's- Ft. Worth, TX

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amazing band...enough said

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