OTHERWISE Taps Producer DAVE BOTTRILL For Sophomore Album

April 1, 2014

Las Vegas breakthrough rockers have begun recording their sophomore album, "Peace At All Costs", for a tentative late summer/early fall release via Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2012's "True Love Never Dies" is being helmed by by Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Bottrill (TOOL, MUSE, STONE SOUR, GODSMACK, STAIND, PETER GABRIEL) at Audio Mix House and Vegas View Recording Studios in the band's hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. During the tracking of the album, the band will take a break and fly to Orlando to play this year's WJRR Earthday Birthday fest on April 12, where they hope to debut a new track.

Comments OTHERWISE singer Adrian Patrick: "We've always felt different from other bands; not just as performers but as people also.

"Being in the studio with an elite producer like David Bottrill, knowing his impressively diverse resume and discerning taste in the artists he chooses to work with, only reinforces our resolve.

"Our next album, 'Peace at All Costs', will prove what we are capable of."

The excitement for the new album is being felt throughout the band's team, where co-manager George Cappellini Sr. (former VP of promotion for Geffen Records and VP of rock promotion for Elektra Records, who worked with monumental acts such as METALLICA, AC/DC and GUNS N' ROSES and many more.) had this to say: "I wanted to work the band to radio after hearing 'Soldiers' on Octane. Fast forward two years later after 200+ shows, two Top 20 singles, and now being a part of the management team, this band has grown into a powerhouse right before our eyes. You will all hear that on their sophomore album."

Robert Kampf, founder of the band's record label Century Media, had this to say after hearing the band's demos: "After hearing the demos for the new album, OTHERWISE is going to be the future of rock, period."

"True Love Never Dies" featured radio hits "Soldiers", "I Don't Apologize (1000 Pictures)" and "Die For You", making it one of the best-selling debut rock albums of 2012-2013. This success helped propel OTHERWISE to tours with STONE SOUR, PAPA ROACH and THREE DAYS GRACE, along with appearances at most of the premiere rock festivals in the United States.

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