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Ascariasis Reveals New Album "Ocean Of Colour " Details

Ontario's Ascariasis has checked in with the following update about the band's upcoming album:

"It's been awhile since we've released a concrete update with our progress, so we figured it was about time. Over the past year we've been writing material for our forthcoming release, and it's finally coming together now. This week, Devin and I are hoping to wrap up tracking our parts, as well as the mixing process so we can finally begin to assemble everything.

"For those of you wondering why this record has taken so long to manifest, it's been completely self produced. We're all broke students that can't afford studio time, so we've taken this task entirely upon ourselves, and it hasn't been easy. Needless to say, although we don't have a final release date, expect to see a final product within the next 1-2 months. That's not to say there won't be more songs coming your way until then, however.

"Anyway, onto the good stuff.

"Our full length record, Ocean of Colour will be released in Fall 2011. The album will feature 8 main tracks including revised versions of Against the Tempest and Torchbearer. Other song titles include: Shatter, Carving the Empire, Eleven, and of course, Ocean of Colour.

"No details yet as to if the record will be self released or not, but we can tell you that the artwork is currently being created by SOMEONE NOTORIOUSLY GOOD (The Black Dahlia Murder, Morbid Angel, Ulver). Stay tuned for more details, we can't wait for you guys to hear what we have to offer."

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