WITH PASSION Announces New Album Title

Sacramento's melodic, blackened tech-metallers WITH PASSION are headed to Mana Studios in Florida to record their second album, entitled "What We See When We Shut Our Eyes", with Brian Elliott and have announced a string of tour dates to and from their album recording session. The upcoming CD will contain 10 tracks, including re-recorded versions of "Encryption" and "Vengeance in Departure". A March/April release via Earache Records is expected.

Upcoming WITH PASSION shows;

Sep. 30 - Pheonix, AZ @ Metal Devestation 2 Festival
Oct. 01 - Albuquerque, NM @ The Launchpad
Oct. 02 - San Antonio, TX @ The White Rabbit
Oct. 23 - Aluburquerque, NM @ Launch Pad
Oct. 24 - Ft Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre

WITH PASSION's Earache Records debut, a re-release of "In The Midst Of Bloodied Soil", hit U.S. stores in March 2005.


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