Aggressive Disorder Postpones Album Due To Japanese Earthquake
Aggressive Disorder has issued the following announcement about delaying the band's upcoming album due to the recent disasters in Japan:
"We regret to inform our fans in Japan that our forthcoming album has been delayed there for a while. Due to the tragic events that have taken place there. As the town of Minamisanriku was devastated by the recent earthquake and tsunami. This town housed the offices of our label there, Speedworks Records.
"Days after the events unfolded, we learned that the staff was among the missing. Fearing the worst, we did not want to make a public statement, until all the details were in. We were being kept updated by label boss Sakura Oto's sister of the events unfolding.
"We are now at the point that we can make a official announcement, that our worst fears have not come true. Many of the staff that were injured are being treated in Osaka and Tokyo. We have been in contact with Mr. Oto via email. He vows to regroup and open new offices in Osaka by the summer.
"The delay in release also gives us a chance to work in returning Bassist Dan Quinn. So to put it simply, we have pushed back our recording of the next album to the early Fall. The band has been hard at work on the album, Dan has been the extra push we needed. Just him being back here has got both of us more into what we are doing as far as the creative process, and the chance to get some shows in is a good possibility. We have a little more time to write the album, with the album release being delayed. When Dan came back in, he threw some old material at us, and we had a blast playing it. Stuff we haven't done in a long time…..THANKS ALOT DAN!!! LOL."
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