July 1, 2011

Gainesville, Florida-based post-hardcore act HOT WATER MUSIC has inked a deal with Rise Records. The band will enter the studio this winter to record a new full-length album for an early 2012 release. In the meantime, the band will self-release a new two-song seven-inch record in August in support of its European headlining tour with MAKE DO AND MEND.

HOT WATER MUSIC will headline Riotfest in Philadelphia in September and The Fest in late October in Gainesville.

Having already reached legacy band status, HOT WATER MUSIC has released countless amazing albums and has toured the world relentlessly over the last 15 years.

HOT WATER MUSIC's last studio album, "The New What Next", came out in 2004.

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