ANEW REVOLUTION, the Austin, Texas-based band featuring former members of SLAVES ON DOPE and UNLOCO, is currently writing material for its second album, tentatively due in early 2010 via E1 Music (formerly KOCH Records). The band will enter the studio in October to begin recording the follow-up to the group's 2008 Mudrock-produced (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, GODSMACK) debut, "Rise".
A new video blog featuring footage from the ANEW REVOLUTION pre-production sessions can be viewed below.
ANEW REVOLUTION released a self-titled EP soon after forming, selling out all five thousand copies they printed at shows and off of the Internet. The five-track release served as a strong introduction to fans and paved the way to their relationship with KOCH.
Upcoming ANEW REVOLUTION shows:
Sep. 04 - Janesville, WI @ The Back Bar
Sep. 05 - Madison, WI @ Taste of Madison (w/ CANDLEBOX, COLD, TAPROOT)
Sep. 06 - Muskegon, MI @ The Blue Note
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