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Nora Begin Work On New Record

Nora have returned to the "basement" to begin work on their next full-length. The group starting writing new material last month and several songs are now beginning to materialize. According to frontman Carl Severson, "[the material is] heavier and feels like a natural progression from 'Dreamers and Deadmen'." The effort has tentatively been titled "Save Yourself," and although no studio time has been booked thus far, look for the record to hit stores in 2005 through Trustkill Records. Meanwhile, the Nora have lined up a handful of dates:

10/17 Farmingdale NY @ The Downtown w/ Madball, more
10/31 Montclair NJ @ Bloomfield Ave. Cafe w/ The Banner, more
11/10 Norfolk VA @ TBA w/ Atreyu
11/14 Syracuse NY @ Club Tundra w/ Mastodon, If Hope Dies, more
11/21 New York NY @ CBGBs w/ A Life Once Lost, For The Love Of, more

Source: Lambgoat

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