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Escapetor Recording Three New Songs

Norway's Escapetor has issued the following update about recording new material:

"We are slowly making progress in the studio. Just finalized recordings of 3 new songs, which will be announced and presented properly as soon as mixing, mastering, cover-art etc is finalized. Why just 3 songs? This is a pre-release, a teaser, for the upcoming GREAT next release. Which has been a little delayed due to things happening the past 6 months. Like having a new member in the band etc. We are creating new songs, rehearsing and trying to figure out what & where Escapetor will be for the next major release.

"A bit of added truth to the statement about 3 new songs: none of them are really new. One is from back in 2001, from an early Escapetor demo. Another song was actually released on the infamous 'Moments' release Escapetor made back in 2005. This song is haunting us every live-show we do. (Avid fans will by this statement figure out which song it is…) And the 3rd song is from 1969. Yes, a cover-song! It had to happen sooner or later? The mini-release will be presented and made available digitally during the next couple of weeks.

"Being busy in the studio, we haven’t really cared too much about booking gigs etc for the foreseeable future. Hanging out in the studio is just too much darn fun! So, the Emergenza festival/band-battle is basically all we do this fall. We had a blast and made a good show at Emergenza at Checkpoint on October 6th. We made it to the next battle which is Friday November 5th. Be there and support us!"

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