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Impending Doom Enters The Studio To Record New Album

Southern California's Impending Doom has entered The Machine Shop in Belleville, NJ this week to start working on a next LP with producer Will Putney. Bass player David Sittig weighs in on where the band stands in the process:

"The material is our best and heaviest work without a doubt. The chemistry between the five of us this time has been different and very unique. Our original guitarist Manny Contreras re-joined the band and we all could not be happier with what he has brought to the table. This is the Impending Doom album you have been waiting for!"

This currently untitled new effort will be the band's follow-up to "Baptized in Filth," released in 2012. You can also see the band performing live:

6/7/13 Bakersfield, CA Rockin' Roots
6/21/13 Tempe, AZ Rocky Point Cantina
6/22/13 Flagstaff, AZ Orpheum Theater
6/23/13 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad
6/24/13 Abilene, TX The Backroom
6/25/13 Oklahoma City, OK Chameleon Room
6/26/13 Newport, KY Thompson House
6/27/13 Pittsburgh, PA Smiling Moose
6/28/13 Mt. Union, PA Creation Fest East
6/29/13 Allentown, PA Pennsylvania Deathbed Fest
7/17/13 Willmar, MN Sonshine Fest
8/10/13 Enumclaw, WA Enumclaw Expo Center

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