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Dead By April To Record New Studio Album

Dead By April has issued the following announcement about working on a new album to be released in 2011:

"The U.K. tour is over and we are back in Sweden again. We thank our very good friends in 'My Passion' for a good time this last weeks. Besides a few headline shows in Sweden and two gigs in Russia, all of our time is going to be in the studio recording the new album to be released early next year! And this new album will blow your mind away."

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1. n0thinghead writes:

stupid screamo/wannabe melometalcore crap, but i LOVED when the singer was in nightrage.

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2. Plasmaterial writes:

There is one song they did called 'Lost' which never made it onto the final album, which is rather good actually (very Raunchy-sounding). But the album they put out was sh**.

Agreed, A New Disease Is Born was a killer album. It was modern MDM done right - but then the Nightrage fans sooked and went back to their original style sadly.

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3. n0thinghead writes:

yuuuupp =\

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4. Conkz writes:

if you think these guys suck then lick my furry black balls.
they own face.

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