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Kylesa Reveals New Album Title As "Ultraviolet"

Savannah-based quintet Kylesa has announced the title and release date for the band's forthcoming album and follow-up to "Spiral Shadow." New album "Ultraviolet" will hit the stores on May 24th (May 28th in North America).

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“Whereas ‘Spiral Shadow’ was a warm album suggesting concepts of hope, ‘Ultraviolet’ is a bit colder and darker," explains songwriter/guitar player Laura Pleasants. “All of our studio albums have their own unique identity and we've always been a band who strives for something different than what current fads suggest. With ‘Ultraviolet’, we took a step inward and wrote music that we felt we had to write; this album centers around the multiple themes of loss and you can feel it in the music. Everyone goes through it during their lifetime and this record reflects that experience.”

Kylesa recorded "Ultraviolet" at The Jam Room in Columbia, South Carolina with the band's guitar player/songwriter and producer Phillip Cope (Baroness, Black Tusk) once again overseeing production. Kylesa will also return to the road in May with more details forthcoming.

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the production on spiral shadow sucked and the songs were sh**e, lets hope this one is an improvement

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