Ex-UGLY KID JOE Guitarist Produces New Album From BOY SETS FIRE

May 12, 2002

Former UGLY KID JOE guitarist Dave Fortman has just finished producing the latest album from Delaware quintet BOY SETS FIRE, who are presently mixing the as-yet-untitled effort at North Hollywood's NRG facility with Jay Baumgardner (i.e. PAPA ROACH, ALIEN ANT FARM, SYSTEM OF A DOWN) at the helm.

"It is truly amazing that our first time with a producer really turned out so amazingly well," stated the group about the Fortman collaboration. "It seemed like he was on the same page as us the whole time which is truly terrifying, especially considering what kind of people we are."

The follow-up to 2000's After The Eulogy, which has sold more than 50,000 copies in the US, is due in the summer through Wind-Up Records.

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