STAMPIN' GROUND Commence Pre-Production For New CD

Britain's STAMPIN' GROUND recently hooked up with acclaimed producer Andy Sneap (i.e. MACHINE HEAD, STUCK MOJO, ARCH ENEMY) at his studio in Derbyshire to demo their whole upcoming album live. According to the band, "after a 16-hour day, we had it all down, minus the vocals—we ran out of time. Should be able to fix this up next week. It's a great change to hear the tracks back at less than 100db in the practice room!"

Among the tracks set to appear on the band's forthcoming, as-yet-untitled CD are the following:

01. Don't Need Reasons To Hate
02. The Cage
03. Ashes To Scatter

In other news, STAMPIN' GROUND are currently supporting HATEBREED on their UK tour. Remaining dates are as follows:

Jun. 25 – Manchester, UK @ Hop & Grape
Jun. 26 – Newport, UK @ TJ's


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