After wowing crowds throughout Australia with Bring Me The Horizon, California five-piece Of Mice & Men have returned to the studio to complete album number three – which is due to be released in early 2014.
The forthcoming full-length album is the follow up to 2011’s acclaimed release The Flood, which solidified the California-based five-piece as a leading force in modern heavy music. David Bendeth (Paramore, Papa Roach, A Day To Remember, Breaking Benjamin) is producing the new album, which is currently being recorded at House of Loud in New Jersey.
The yet to be titled new album is the follow up to The Flood, which was originally released on June 14, 2011 and received a re-release on July 24, 2012 and included four new tracks.
“This new record encompasses everything we have ever released in our short career,” said the group’s charismatic frontman Austin Carlile. “Every track on the album was written with our fans in mind. I wanted to make every line come from a real life experience or struggle that I’ve overcome. It’s raw, and I really believe our fans will see that I tore myself apart to present them with the most real sound and message we’ve come out with to date.”
With the forthcoming new album, Of Mice & Men welcome new member Aaron Pauley (vocals / bass). “I couldn’t be happier to have joined Of Mice & Men,” Pauley said. “As a musician, it’s what you always want in a band; a bunch of amazingly talented, open-minded musicians who believe in taking the time and putting in the blood sweat and tears to make great songs, and who aren’t afraid of making something different. I feel like I’ve found my true musical home with this band, and I can’t wait for the world to hear this album.”