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In Between


February 24th, 2016
Buy the CD or Vinyl (w/download card) on
Bar/None Records

Track list:
 1. In Between
 2. Turn Back Time
 3. Stay the Course
 4. Flag Days
 5. Pass the Time
 6. When to Go
 7. Been Replaced
 8. Gone, Gone, Gone
 9. Time Will Tell
10. Make It Clear
11. In Between (Reprise)
Notes:
Produced by Bill Million, Glenn Mercer
Recorded at Boat Studio and House of Monk
Engineered by Dan Francia
Additional recordings by Glenn and Bill
Mastered by Scott Anthony at Storybook Sound

Line up:
Glenn Mercer (guitar, vocals)
Bill Million (guitar, vocals)
Dave Weckerman (percussion)
Brenda Sauter (bass)
Stan Demeski (drums)

 

In Between is the first new studio album of the band in over 6 years. The album was produced by Glenn Mercer and Bill Million with most of the recording done at Glennís home studio in Haledon, NJ.
It will be released February 24th on the
Bar/None Records label.

In Between finds the band bringing fresh sonic manoeuvers into the mix that make it both the quietest and most furious music theyíve created in their long and vaunted career.

"On the new record we did a lot of it at my house in my home studio with extra equipment, explains Glenn. "Itís the same room where we rehearsed. Weíve been here since we reformed and a little bit prior to taking the hiatus in the 90ís. So itís a room weíre really familiar with and feel comfortable in. We also did some recording at an engineerís studio, so it was all done very low key. We refer to it as "off the clock" when youíre not paying an hourly rate, so in that sense it was a lot more relaxed. I donít think anyone would notice a drastic change in the sound or the vibe of the record. I think it sounds a lot more relaxed and laid back."

"I think all of our albums reflect a certain degree of reaction to the work that we previously did and In Between is no exception" continues Bill Million. "We liked the sounds and the feel of the demos for this album and we thought it would be difficult to capture that in a recording studio. So that was our starting point and it evolved in a much more relaxed way that loaned itself to more creative interplay. Time wasnít a component. If you let it, music can take on a life of its own and we wanted to allow the songs to develop with that idea in mind." 

The album was released digitally as well as on CD and vinyl with a download card.

Note: quotes are taken from an interview to Impose Magazine

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