Atlanta-based technical death metallers DAATH have begun pre-production on their second album, to be titled "The Hinderers". The follow-up to this year's "Futility" is tentatively scheduled for release in the winter. In other news, DAATH are still looking for a bassist and keyboard player. "We need you to be able to travel, be into the music, and be willing to play the songs as we wrote them," the band write on their web site. "If you fit this description then get in touch with us."
DAATH recently completed a short tour of the southeastern U.S. with MISERY INDEX and PARABELLUM.
Upcoming DAATH shows:
Aug. 13 - SoHo Bar - Columbus, GA
Aug. 14 - Breakers Music Hall - Jonesboro, GA (Utter Destruction Fest)
Aug. 20 - Sluggos - Pensacola, FL
Aug. 21 - Wired - Midland City, AL
Aug. 27 - The Hangnail Gallery - Augusta, GA
Aug. 28 - Burrito Jones - Carrollton, GA
Sep. 09 - Swayze's - Marietta, GA
Sep. 16 - Swayze's - Marietta, GA (w/ MISERY INDEX)
For more information on DAATH, visit DaathMusic.com.
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