As I Lay Dying Taps Producer Bill Stevenson For New Album

San Diego, California metallers As I Lay Dying have enlisted Bill Stevenson to produce their next album.

As I Lay Dying Taps Producer Bill Stevenson For New Album
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According to Blabbermouth.net, San Diego, California metallers As I Lay Dying have enlisted Bill Stevenson to produce their next album. Stevenson has played drums for both the Descendents and Black Flag and is one of the most highly renowned producers in rock. His production credits include work on records by Rise Against, NOFX, Propagandhi, The Casualties, Anti-Flag and many more. As I Lay Dying will enter the studio in May to begin recording its new CD for a late 2012 release via Metal Blade Records. As I Lay Dying's last release, "Decas", celebrated the band's accomplishments by offering three brand new songs, cover songs that paid homage to just a few of the bands that have influenced As I Lay Dying, and remixes by Innerpartysystem, Benjamin Weinman (The Dillinger Escape Plan), Kelly "Carnage" Cairns (Austrian Death Machine, War Of Ages), and Big Chocolate (Asking Alexandria, Iwrestledabearonce, Suicide Silence). As I Lay Dying's most recent collection of original material, 2010's "The Powerless Rise", sold 38,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 10 on The Billboard 200 chart. This was roughly in line with the first-week tally of "An Ocean Between Us", which premiered with 39,500 copies back in August 2007. As I Lay Dying will take part in the fifth annual Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, the world's largest touring heavy music festival. The main stage will be the strongest ever with the headlining slot occupied by Grammy Award winners SLIPKNOT. Next up will be the legendary metal acts Slayer and Motrhead. The main stage will also spotlight a ferocious mix of today's best artists in a rotation, including The Devil Wears Prada and Asking Alexandria. The festival will kick off on June 30 in San Bernardino, California.

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    Kazooiej
    Sweet! Definitely one of my favorite bands, can't wait to see how this one will come out.
    whywefight
    Alpha_Wolf wrote: herpaderp22 wrote: Why no Adam D??? Probably because he's busy with Killswitch but he did so great the last two times. I don't know, I think Adam D's production has gone downhill as of late. If you put AOBU and TPR side by side, An Ocean Between Us sounds more 'alive'... Don't get me wrong, TPR sounds great, but there's just something a little off about it. Bear in mind that these are my opinions.
    keep in mind Adam D also helps write and pushes the absolute best out of artists
    herpaderp22
    Why no Adam D??? Probably because he's busy with Killswitch but he did so great the last two times.
    Alpha_Wolf
    herpaderp22 wrote: Why no Adam D??? Probably because he's busy with Killswitch but he did so great the last two times.
    I don't know, I think Adam D's production has gone downhill as of late. If you put AOBU and TPR side by side, An Ocean Between Us sounds more 'alive'... Don't get me wrong, TPR sounds great, but there's just something a little off about it. Bear in mind that these are my opinions.