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Black Tide Posts Two New Studio Webisodes

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Black Tide is currently in the studio with renowned producer GGGarth (Atreyu, Chevelle, Mudvayne) and co-producer Josh Wilbur (Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold, Lamb of God) recording the follow up to their 2008 critically acclaimed debut, Light From Above. The band has just released two studio updates from the recording sessions that can be seen on their Vevo Channel.

The first clip has drummer Steven Spence tracking drums live in the studio and showing off his "stickless" drumming technique.

The second clip features guitarist Austin Diaz getting tattooed in the studio and also has snippets of the new song "Honest Eyes."

“Honest Eyes” is featured on Black Tide’s upcoming split-single, along with “Bury Me.” The two new tracks will be released September 21st.

As previously reported, Black Tide will be heading out on the road with Bullet For My Valentine, Escape The Fate, and Drive A starting in mid September.

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1. bms1984 writes:

dude the drummer looks like Jacob from Twilight

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2. BrentDent writes:

Its Crazy how young the band is, I borrowed the first CD from my Friend, and I really liked it, Really talented group! Cant wait for the new CD!

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3. Blackheart*915 writes:

I Know, such a young talented band. i hope they just keep on getting better and better with there progress in there music.

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