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Inter Arma Are back In The Studio

Inter Arma is already back at work on the follow-up to their March, 2013 release "Sky Burial." For the next ten days, the band will be at the Madison, Tennessee-based Dark Art Studios with producer Mikey Allred -- the same surroundings and setup that they used for Sky Burial LP -- once again unifying their talents on a massive track, to also see release via Relapse.

"There's no title yet, but it's a forty-plus minute piece that was originally written during the summer of 2009 and only played out a few times” stated guitarist Trey Dalton on the track. "We'll have some different people doing guest appearances (noise, synth, strings, vox, and more) as well. We're trying to make the most completely off the wall shit yet."

Further details on the recording will be released in the coming weeks upon completion. In the meantime, INTER ARMA has been confirmed to perform at a pair of late Summer stateside music festivals, including a set alongside Pig Destroyer, ASG, Sleep, Kurt Vile and more at this year’s massive Hopscotch Fest in Raleigh, North Carolina on September 5th, followed by a spot on Boomslang Festival in Lexington, Kentucky the weekend of September 20th with Blonde Redhead, Marnie Stern, Locrian, Grails, Chelsea Wolfe and a ton of others. They’ve also been confirmed to storm Holland in 2014 as part of the annual Roadburn Festival. Expect further tour actions to be announced shortly.

INTER ARMA Live:
9/05/2013 Hopscotch Fest - Raleigh, NC [info]
9/20-22/2013 Boomslang Festival - Lexington, KY [info]

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    August 08, 2013

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