PAPA ROACH will begin mixing their new album in Los Angeles on January 15, 2004, according to a post on the band's web site. "In all, 14 songs were recorded. After they are all mixed the final track listing will be decided on and the band will turn their attention to artwork, videos, tours, and most of all a release date!!!!"
The follow-up to last year's "Lovehatetragedy" — which is expected to be titled either "Dancing In The Ashes" or "Getting Away With Murder" — is being produced by Howard Benson, who has previously worked with COLD, BLINDSIDE, P.O.D. and SEPULTURA, among others. An early 2004 release through Dreamworks Records is expected. Among the tracks set to appear on the album are "Just Go", "Done With You" and "Getting Away With Murder".
In other news, PAPA ROACH singer Jacoby Shaddix's side project FIGHT THE SKY are scheduled to begin recording their El Tonal Records debut, "Seven Deadly Songs", in a few weeks. The CD, the material on which was described by Jacoby as "straight metal hardcore, all screamy and shit," is tentatively due in the spring.
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