NewsMarch 2, 2002 10:22 AM ET2,818 views

Snapcase enters studio to demo new tracks

Snapcase has officially started demoing tracks for their next album. After spending the last six months writing and perfecting the new material, Snapcase has now entered Salad Days Studios in Washington DC with producer Brian McTernan. The CD hasn't been titled yet, but it should be out in early September on Victory Records. According to the label, the new material "will bring about a darker, more brooding atmosphere. The songs will be more conceptual and like nothing you have ever heard from Snapcase." And in a recent interview with Revolver magazine, Snapcase vocalist Daryl Teberki stated, "The new album will be creative enough that it will set a new standard for hardcore, I’m hoping for that, anyway."



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