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Adrift Working On New Album

Adrift are currently hard at work in pre-production with producer John Hughes II at the production board, on their full-length as-yet untitled album, to be recorded at ARS Studios in Orlando, Florida.

More information, from an official posting on the bands site, reads as follows:
"Mastering will take place at AudioHammer Studios with Jason Suecof, who you will remember as the producer of Adrift's recent widely heralded and critically received demo, including the classic, "Empty Dreams." Adrift has hired a professional graphic design firm to handle the artwork, art and graphic design of the CD and CD booklet, which will be as good if not better than most industry releases. After the record is done, mastered and manufactured (early September), Adrift plans to tour in support of it. The record will be independently released, and Adrift is currently seeking distribution deals to bring the music to the masses. Of course, the record will be available from this website, but Adrift is looking to put their records in stores near YOU for your convenience"

Pictures from Soil and Shinedown hanging out with Adrift and co. are also viewable online here.

Working song titles are below:

Slave
Falling Shadows
Generation
Memory
What You've Become
Departure
Endless Night
Sick

11-12 tracks are expected on the release, and the band is also actively searching for a cover tune to throw in there as well! To post your thoughts on what Jack Owen's new outfit should cover, head to the band's official forum.

Source: siN's Metal News

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