IGNITE Putting Finishing Touches On New Album

January 6, 2006

Southern California's IGNITE entered the studio on November 14, 2005 with producer Cameron Webb (SILVERSTEIN, SUM 41, MOTÖRHEAD) to begin recording their first full-length album since 2000's "A Place Called Home" (TVT),tentatively due this spring via Abacus Recordings.

When asked about the album, IGNITE frontman Zoltan Teglas stated, "This is turning out to be a much darker sounding album than anything that we have put out before".

IGNITE are busy locking down their touring schedule for 2006, which is going to include tours in U.S., Europe, Australia, Japan and Brazil. More information will be made available soon.

As previously reported, Teglas recently appeared in the production of THE WHO's "Quadrophenia" at The Grove in Anaheim, California. Teglas played "Ace Face" — the character played by Sting in the film version of the rock opera. "Ace Face" was the chief mod in the story and friend to the protagonist Jimmy, a character with four distinctive "personalities" who struggles to discover his own.

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