ATREYU: Second 'Lead Sails Paper Anchor' Webisode Posted Online
ATREYU has posted the second of six webisodes documenting the recording sessions for the group's new album, "Lead Sails Paper Anchor": Windows Media, Quicktime, Real Media.
Due on August 28 via Hollywood Records (Roadrunner in Europe), "Lead Sails Paper Anchor" was produced by GOLDFINGER's John Feldmann (GOOD CHARLOTTE, THE USED, LOSTPROPHETS) and features the incendiary guitars, battering rhythm section, and the soaring vocals with big choruses ATREYU are known for. At the same time, it sees the band broadening their horizons more than ever before. The legendary Andy Wallace (NIRVANA, SLAYER, SEPULTURA, BIFFY CLYRO) is behind the mixing desk. The track listing is as follows:
03. Falling Down
04. Becoming The Bull
05. Lose It
06. Two Becomes One
07. No One Cares
08. Can't Happen Here
09. Slow Burn
11. Lead Sails (And A Paper Anchor)
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