Try to stand the test of time

002 nicht wenigen Menschen gehörig die Ohren freigeblasen hatte. Wie billboard.com berichtet, nimmt die Band bereits seit einem Monat – erneut mit Mike McCarthy – im eigenen "Mob House"-Studio in Austin, Texas auf. Mit einer Veröffentlichung darf also noch in diesem Jahr gerechnet werden. *fingerscrossed* Conrad Keely wird zu den möglichen Unterschieden zu bisherigen Herangehensweisen wie folgt zitiert: "We didn’t really rehearse the songs over and over again to get them prepared… We wanted to do this a little more organically and come in and build them in the studio. Doing it this way, you don’t get the red light syndrome where time is money. We can stretch out and be a little more creative and try out as many ideas as we want. I definitely want to expand the instrumentation. I’ve been getting into lots of different types of classical and ethnic instruments. But I’ve also been getting into a lot of electronic recording. Those two blend together in a really strange way. To be able to bring the past up and to use exactly what is current really makes you contemporary. I think we’re definitely trying to impress ourselves. It’s a goal of ours to make something that will stand the test of time. ‚Source Tags‘ is a good record, but we want to top ourselves."

Die SPEX-Coverstars …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead sind wieder im Studio und arbeiten an Material für den Nachfolger zu "Source Tags & Codes", jenem Album, dass 2002 nicht wenigen Menschen gehörig die Ohren freigeblasen hatte. Wie billboard.com berichtet, nimmt die Band bereits seit einem Monat – erneut mit Mike McCarthy – im eigenen "Mob House"-Studio in Austin, Texas auf. Mit einer Veröffentlichung darf also noch in diesem Jahr gerechnet werden. *fingerscrossed* Conrad Keely wird zu den möglichen Unterschieden zu bisherigen Herangehensweisen wie folgt zitiert: "We didn’t really rehearse the songs over and over again to get them prepared… We wanted to do this a little more organically and come in and build them in the studio. Doing it this way, you don’t get the red light syndrome where time is money. We can stretch out and be a little more creative and try out as many ideas as we want. I definitely want to expand the instrumentation. I’ve been getting into lots of different types of classical and ethnic instruments. But I’ve also been getting into a lot of electronic recording. Those two blend together in a really strange way. To be able to bring the past up and to use exactly what is current really makes you contemporary. I think we’re definitely trying to impress ourselves. It’s a goal of ours to make something that will stand the test of time. ‚Source Tags‘ is a good record, but we want to top ourselves."

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