THE DESTRO Begins Recording New Album

Texas' THE DESTRO has entered System Studios with producer Ken Susi (UNEARTH) to begin recording its sophomore CD. The as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2007's "As The Coil Unwinds" is tentatively scheduled for release in August via Ironclad Recordings.

Commented the band, "The last six months have been filled with personal loss and other life-changing experiences in many of our lives. We were able to direct all of our energy from anger, stress, sadness and frustration focus it into a very personal record. After many ups and downs in the last two years through touring, our perception has solidified our determination to deliver an indestructible sound that is our own."

THE DESTRO's video for the song "Beast Burden" can be viewed below. The song comes off THE DESTRO's debut album, "As the Coil Unwinds", which was released through Ironclad Recordings.

According to a press release, THE DESTRO "plows through stereotypes and labels with a sound they can call their own." Vocalist Eric Daughtry said, "We just take all our influences which are everything from classic rock and blues to grindcore… it's a mixture of everything we grew up with here in Texas." Guitarist Nick continued, "No fashion, no gimmicks, no fancy haircuts… just honest music. We cut out all the bullshit. This band plays music with soul and we are not here to try and fit into a mold."


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