News•January 16, 2001 12:44 PM ET•709 views
Shelter working on new record
Shelter are currently working on their follow-up to last year's When 20 Summers Pass. The album is still untitled. After a good experience mixing the last record at Monster Island Studio in Washington DC, the band decided to record the new album there. Much of the music has already been tracked and Ray Cappo will add the vocals once here returns from Japan where Shelter will play six shows at the end of January. In related news, drummer and ex-Cro Mags member Dave Dicenso is now back in the band. Look for the new album to be released this summer.
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