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As I Lay Dying Reveal New Album Producer

As I Lay Dying have chosen Bill Stevenson (NOFX, Rise Against) to produce their new album. Stevenson is also a member of the Descendents. Sessions for the outing are expected to take place in May with a release date later this year through Metal Blade expected.

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  • Dave

    Interesting choice. I wonder what these guys can do without adam d behind the boards.

    • Dave

      On second thought, why is Adam working on ATR’s inevitable shitfest instead of working on this?

      • adamonfire

        He’s got that, new KSE, and possibly that additional side project with Shannon Lucas and Corpsegrinder.

    • WURST

      There’s no doubt they’ll still throw down a killer album but it’s the production of the album I’m more concerned with. Take Unearth for example. When they made “III: In The Eyes Of Fire” and decided to use Terry Date, the production was flat as fuck. For the next two albums, guess who they went with as producer? That’s right, they came back to Adam Fucking D. On a decent stereo or better, Adam D-produced albums have the best overall mix between the highs, lows and mids. It really makes it a better overall album to listen to.

      • kturl69

        I’m proud of you WURST, you actually made an intelligent statement today. Adam D is an overall musical “jack of all trades” kinda guy. I’m not too worried about this new album being
        sub par” AILD always bring the ruckus.

  • cheechorama

    This makes me nervous…. please don’t be their “we’re getting old and gonna slow things down” record

    • WURST

      What made you even assume this was happening?

  • Farts

    An Ocean Between us > Frail Words Collapse > The Powerless Rise > Shadows are Security.

    Love this band(one of the few Christian bands that I enjoy).

    • adamonfire

      Shadows Are Security > An Ocean Between Us > Frail Words Collapse > The Powerless Rise

      But this is one of the few bands where the difference between album #1 and #4 is roughly a centimeter, they’ve never put out anything that I didn’t like. Great live, too.

      • WURST

        Alright, you grunts. Here’s the order of greatness:

        1) The Powerless Rise
        2) An Ocean Between Us
        3) Frail Words Collapse
        4) Shadows Are Security

        Similar to what Adamonfire said, the difference of greatness between the albums are miniscule. On of the few bands, in my opinion, that can do no wrong…..except not waiting for Adam D’s availability.

      • 00LEONIDAS00

        wrong, wrong, wrong. adamonfire you almost had it.

        1) Shadows Are Security
        2) The Powerless Rise
        3) An Ocean Between Us
        4) Frail Words Collapse

      • WURST

        Hahaha wow OOLEONIDASOO. Shadows was not the best and I doubt anybody else will think so either.

      • adamonfire

        I think it’s their best, even if it is probably the most radio-friendly (if there is a thing with them) CD they’ve put out.

    • Darkdevout

      What the Hell is wrong with you people? Ocean and Powerless were their Best Efforts!, Shadows are full of rehashed riffs and Frail words was sloppy and it had rehashed riffs!

      • adamonfire

        Rehashed from what? FWC was their second album, SAS was their third. 94 Hours, Forever, Elegy, etc. are all bad ass songs.

      • WURST

        Devout is correct, but only his second sentence.

      • Darkdevout

        In shadows I literally felt like I heard the same riff every song…

    • Dave

      I might as well throw in what i think too, as long as the rest of you are going batshit. An Ocean Between Us, The Powerless Rise, Shadows Are Security, Frail Words Collapse, and then that other one.

  • Farts

    Speaking of good Christian metal bands(because there are so few), I actually really like Demon Hunter’s new album. Not the most amazing musicians around, but they are undoubtedly some really good song writers.

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