MUDVAYNE Guitarist Comments On New Album
RollingStone.com is reporting that MUDVAYNE's third album, tentatively titled "Lost and Found", represents a return to the band's roots.
"People are gonna be surprised by the rawness," said guitarist Greg Tribbett. "Instead of being all slick, we're definitely going for a raw sound on this record. The last one was pretty smooth and the first record, 'L.D. 50', was raw, so we're kind of mixing it up a little bit."
"Lost and Found" was recorded at The Plant studio in Sausalito, California with producer Dave Fortman (former UGLY KID JOE guitarist), who has previously worked with EVANESCENCE and SUPERJOINT RITUAL. Among the twelve tracks are "Just", "Happy", "Pushing Through" and the single "Fucking Determined", for which the band shot a video in New York two weeks ago. "That's one song I'm looking forward to playing live cause I'm sure we'll get a lot of crowd participation," Tribbett said.
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