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Arbiter Begins Work On New Release

Unsigned Michigan death metal band Arbiter has been confirmed to be currently writing and recording a new release (determined to be an EP) to follow up their self recorded, mixed, and mastered full length "Colossus."

The new Arbiter release is due for a spring 2011 release, and according to vocalist Connor Louiselle, Arbiter's next effort will "more closely follow [their] band's backstory."

"This CD is going to follow the attitude, thoughts and ideals of one of the societies of people in our fictional backstory called The Ironclad", states Louiselle. "They're a group of militant activists who will do whatever it takes to bring an end to the belief that technology could be our savior."

Louiselle went on to describe that Arbiter's sound was changing significantly for this EP in comparison to "Colossus."

"Colossus has a very deathcore feel to it," he explains, "And we wrote all the music for that album one to four years ago. This CD is all very current, and it's all steering toward a more 'metal' sound! The message is rag-tag and underdog and very 'metal' so we want the EP to feel that way too. I'm very excited to put our energetic and powerful spin on more traditional sub-genres of Metal."

Louiselle added, "Arbiter will still be sticking to their current sound, but hybridizing it with many more different types of metal, all in a brutal and smoothly blended style. Be on the lookout for more news about this new Arbiter release in the near future, and for now, stay metal!"

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