Unearth enter Zing Studios with Adam D; announce Justin Foley as studio drummer
Mark Lewis (The Black Dahlia Murder, Whitechapel, DevilDriver, Trivium) is slated to mix the album
Unearth has entered Zing Studios with producer Adam D. of Killswitch Engage fame. This album will be the follow up to 2009's The March, and will be followed by an intense touring schedule with a new, yet to be decided, full-time drummer in the lineup.
Vocalist Trevor Phipps has posted the following update:
"We wanted to let everyone know that tracking for the new album has officially begun! We're currently at Zing Studios in Westfield, MA tracking drums with our sit in drummer for the album Justin Foley of Killswitch Engage/Blood Has Been Shed. Foley was an obvious choice for this album for many reasons, but mainly because of his abilities and knowledge of heavy music as well as his long time friendship with the band. A decade plus of friendship has made this an easy transition for the band, Foley and our producer/engineer Adam D.
In other news, we have decided to change the mixing engineer for the album to Mark Lewis (The Black Dahlia Murder, White Chapel, Devil Driver, Trivium, etc.) from Audiohammer Studios. Mark is another long time friend of the band and we're excited to hear what he can do with our sound on record."
Guitarist Buz McGrath added this irrelevant comment about working with Mark; "Mark Lewis mixed me a drink once and I woke up in a swamp covered in anti-freeze."
Phipps adds, "As we said before, we're aiming at a mid to late June release for the album followed by massive world touring. Below is a snapshot of the hard drive of the tunes being tracked (just working titles of course)."