SSS: New Song Sample Available

March 24, 2011

British crossover thrashers SSS recently finished recording their new album, "Problems To The Answer", due later this year via Earache Records. The CD was recorded at Whitewood Studios in the band's hometown of Liverpool and was produced by Rob Whiteley along with SSS bassist Mark Magill.

SSS frontman Foxy explains the title of the new album: "The title 'Problems To The Answer' gives outspoken practical solutions to problems faced in everyday life. External factors shape not only today, but yesterday and into tomorrow. SSS attempts to provide answers — for better or worse — in our most vicious recording to date."

SSS has been documenting the creation of its new album at the band's official blog.

A 45-second audio sample of a new SSS track called "Painting By Numbers" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.

SSS' self-titled debut album and 2008 follow-up, "The Dividing Line", are available on Earache Records.

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