Atreyu have filmed a 5-part video series documenting the recording process of their new album, Lead Sails Paper Anchor, due out August 28th. Atreyu teamed with producer John Feldmann (The Used, Good Charlotte) on the follow-up to A Death-Grip On Yesterday. The third and fourth installments of the video series take a look at bassist Mark McKnight’s approach to his bass tracking and back-up vocals, while the fourth installment focuses around lead guitarist Dan Jacobs melting his fret board throughout his recording session on Lead Sails Paper Anchor.
I gave the song a listen and I like it. Let's see if it will grow on me. (August, 2007) Remember: oldie but goodie. Like wine, some songs get better due time. Is this one of them or was it just a one-day wonder? Click on the 'play'-button and enjoy!
I give it.
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