TILES To Work With RUSH Producer On Forthcoming CD
Detroit-based prog rockers TILES will once again be utilizing the services of former RUSH/VOIVOD producer Terry Brown during the recording sessions for their upcoming album, tentatively titled Window Dressing. According to guitarist/songwriter Chris Herin, the band "experimented a lot, drew upon new influences, and tried to knock down some of our more obvious musical signposts. A lot of music fell to the cutting room floor and plenty was pushed aside into the archives — and we still ended up with too many songs!"
The full track listing for Window Dressing is as follows:
01. All She Knows
02. Remember to Forget
03. Capture the Flag
04. Destiny Undelivered
i. Pretending to Run
iii. Slippers in the Snow
iv. Battle Weary
05. Window Dressing
07. Tear-Water Tea
In other news, TILES will be performing in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Saturday, July 13th at an outdoor event known as Ytsecon, sponsored by the prog music fan site Ytsejam.com and Internet Radio Station Heavymetalradio.com. Joining TILES on stage Ytsecon will be local pop-punkers THE INCURABLES as well as KUSH (not to be confused with THE KUSH PROJECT, presumably) and FRAGMENT.
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