The highly anticipated fourth album Texas in July published via Redfield Records in Europe. It appears two years after their self-titled predecessor of the quintet from Ephrata, Pennsylvania. After a few trips with the new lineup, Texas in July boarded in January 2014, the studio in her hometown of Lancaster, together with the producers and Carsten Slovak Grant McFarland, as a quartet. The result is so far the most impressive album of the band that is both instrumental level, the most coherent and innovative, and dynamic performance delivers vocally so far - including the first clean vocals at all in the seven- year career Texas in July from. Cavey also offers a broad mix of shouts and vocal facets, which even includes an aggressive Spoken Word Interlude. "I think this album is our most extreme sides, " says Chris Davis. " It keeps both our toughest and most aggressive moments until now ready and our melodious and quietest passages. It was purely and simply to test out our borders. "
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