Baroness - Set To Enter The Studio


Savannah, GA's Baroness will head to Dallas, TX next week to begin work on a brand new full-length and follow-up to 2007's critically-acclaimed
Red Album.

Baroness will be working with the Grammy-nominated producer / engineer John Congleton (Explosions In The Sky, The Polyphonic Spree, The Roots,
Buddy Miles, Black Mountain) on the band's second full-length. The still untitled album is expected to see a fall 2009 release date.

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Posted: 08.05.2009 by Marcel H.


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08.05.2009 - 12:21
Doc Godin
Obnoxious
Hmm, interesting. I liked the overall sound of their first album, but felt it really lacked something. Hopefully they'll evolve with the next album, they definitely have the potential to do so.
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08.05.2009 - 12:40
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Doc Godin on 08.05.2009 at 12:21

Hmm, interesting. I liked the overall sound of their first album, but felt it really lacked something.


I know what you mean. But somehow live they come across a lot better, there there is the extra added punch which I miss on Red Album at times.
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08.05.2009 - 12:43
Doc Godin
Obnoxious
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 08.05.2009 at 12:40

Written by Doc Godin on 08.05.2009 at 12:21

Hmm, interesting. I liked the overall sound of their first album, but felt it really lacked something.


I know what you mean. But somehow live they come across a lot better, there there is the extra added punch which I miss on Red Album at times.

I think part of it is the vocalist, he seems to hang on to certain notes for too long, kind of holds back the flow of the music in a way. I still find myself listening to O'Appalachia almost daily though.
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08.05.2009 - 15:54
Talvi
Yes, YES and a hundred of times yes. I loved Red Album, and I waited for the follow up to be released this year. Awesome.
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03.06.2009 - 13:54
Silent Jay
I'm getting really psyched for this new album. I love the Red Album and their EP's are well worth checking out aswell! Missed them when they played not far from here 'cos I only found out on the day and lack of monies, travel etc... really wished I had caught them though.
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