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Castle Gearing Up To Record New Album

Female-fronted doom rockers Castle will soon return to the studio to record a new album, with producer Billy Anderson (Sleep, Neurosis) again overseeing the sessions. The band commented:

"The next Castle record will be a culmination of the last two years of our life -- a year and a half on the road in support of 'Blacklands' and the last six months holed up writing. The demos are done, the studio is booked and we were lucky enough to get Billy Anderson back to produce. The new record picks up where we left off with 'Blacklands' and before that 'In Witch Order.' There's a lot to sink your teeth into on the new record -- killer riffs, big vocals -- and if anything, it's about trying to harness the power that comes from playing night after night. It's going to sound huge and we can't wait to get it out."

The as-yet-untitled release is expected to be released in the late spring; stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks. Castle has also announced a Western European tour with U.K. doom group Conan throughout April, along with select support from The Gravitators. Dates as follows:

2/14 London, ON - APK
2/15 Toronto, ON - El Mocambo
4/5 San Francisco, CA - TBA
4/11 Wurzburg, DE - Cafe Cairo *
4/12 Oberentfelden, CH - Borom Pom Pom
4/13 Freiburg, DE - Slow Club
4/14 Leige, BE - La Zone
4/15 Munich, DE - Feierwerk
4/21 Tilburg, NL - Little Devil
4/24 Wiesbaden, DE - Kulturpalast ^
4/25 Groningen, NL - Vera ^
4/26 Berlin, DE - Desertfest
4/27 Cologne, DE- Underground ^
5/1 Dresden, DE - Katy's Garage
* with Conan
^ with Conan & Graviators

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