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Diecast to Use Crowdfunding to Record Next Album, Plans to Launch Kickstarter Campaign

In case you haven't heard, Boston metalcore band Diecast is back and the band plans to record a new album. Since the band is currently without label support and it's last output was six years ago, Diecast will be launching a Kickstarter campaign for fans to help make the new album a reality. Here's an update about it from the band, as well as a video update from Dennis:

Diecast will be launching the kickstarter program this week!!! Be ready! This is the time we need our fans, friends, and family to help us produce this next album! Your donations won't go unnoticed... Check out this video explaining the project from Dennis! Rewards for your donations include signed merchandise, t-shirts, early release material, hand written lyric sheets, dinner with Diecast, Skype lessons with Jon or Eddy, Flying to the studio for 3 days with us, your name in the CD liner and more!!! We need your help and we want to reward! Can't wait to record.

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1. DK writes:

Metalcore, huh?
Can I donate to NOT have the album made? XD

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2. FeVeRDrEaM620 writes:

i 2nd that number my old best frend used 2 love this band i thought they were ok....WALLS OF JERICHO IS BETTER AND THEY ALSO NEVER TOUR <;<;<; WHERE CAN I DONATE 4 WoJ!?!?...

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