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In The Casket Finishes Recording New Album "You Could Get Hit By A Truck"

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New York's In The Casket has issued the following announcement about finishing the recording for a new album:

"Hello everyone, well we finished up recording the new CD today and we cannot wait to release it. We are working on mixing now and then we will be releasing it on July 14 at our CD release show at Trickshot Billiards in Clifton Park, NY.

"It will also be available online starting the same day, it will be available for digital download or you can order a physical copy as well. The album is called 'You Could get Hit By a Truck' and it is the first of two that we are releasing in 2012, the other is planned for December.

"We also have some great shows coming up, and in the past 2 weeks we got to play with some of our favorite bands as well, including Watain, Black Anvil, Mobile Deathcamp, and Macabre. We are doing a mini tour this month and we leave NY on June 13.

"Our first stop on the trip is New Orleans on June 14, then Dothan, Alabama on the 15th and 16th followed by a couple more last minute dates down south we are finalizing. Upcoming shows after that include dates with Municipal Waste, 3 Inches of Blood, Black Tusk, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Kataklysm, Vital Remains, Rose Funeral, and Deicide."

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1. Matt666 writes:

These guys are a sick band, a must see band live, the guitars and vocals are insane! Their singer has such a unique and sick voice with crazy range. With any other vocalist they wouldn't be the same.

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