Britain's ONE MINUTE SILENCE have spent the past few months in a Cornwall studio with producers John Leckie (PINK FLOYD, MUSE, JOHN LENNON) and John Cornfield (MUSE, FEEDER) working on their third album for a May 2003 release.
The as-yet-untitled effort — the group's first for Taste Media, a joint venture between Dennis Smith at Sawmills Studios in Cornwall and Safta Jaffery at SJP Producer Management — will include such cuts as "Black Flag", "Revolution", "We Bounce Back", "I Wear My Skin", "Representing The Poor Man", and "Early Morning".
In the meantime, the band will issue a limited-edition EP, entitled Revolution, which will contain two new tracks, two live tracks, a video and a digital interview. The mini-CD, which is scheduled for a January 27th release through Taste Media, will be supported by a week-long UK tour with FONY in late January.
The dates are as follows:
Jan. 20 – Leicester, UK @ Charlotte
Jan. 21 – Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
Jan. 22 - Manchester, UK @ Hop and Grape
Jan. 23 - Colchester, UK @ Arts Centre
Jan. 24 - London, UK @ Camden Barfly
Jan. 25 - Exeter, UK @ Phoenix
Jan. 26 - Salisbury, UK @ Arts Centre
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