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A Hero A Fake Announces New Album "The Future Again"

Charlotte, North Carolina act A Hero A Fake has announced the band's third album, "The Future Again," will see release on July 17th, 2012.

This most recent accomplishment was recorded by Jamie King (Between The Buried and Me, Wretched) at The Basement Recording NC, who also recorded the band's two previous Victory Records releases, "Volatile" (2008) and "Let Oceans Lie" (2010). Cameron Mizell completed the mixing and Joey Sturgis did the mastering.

Guitarist Eric Morgan commented, “This album started from scratch, which was quite refreshing as the previous two albums were taken from material I had written when I was 18. Evan Kirkley re-joined us on Drums and is incredible along with the addition of Chris Rosser on bass who contributed greatly to the writing process. Our goal was to make our ideas as massive, forceful, and engaging as possible and we couldn't be more excited about how the new songs turned out. It took over a year of writing and reworking before we were able to bring the new songs into the studio, and it was that extra time that helped in defining our new direction.”

A Hero A Fake will be on tour this summer and throughout the year and pre-order packages for "The Future Again" are available through the Victory Records webstore here.

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