VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! Begins Recording Full-Length Debut

May 20, 2010

Los Angeles rockers VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! — whose sound has been described as an infusion of music genres, including screamo, dance, pop and hardcore — have entered the studio in their hometown with producer Fred Archambault (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, DEFTONES) to begin recording their full-length debut for a fall 2010 release via Century Media Records.

In other news, VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! will embark on its first-ever nationwide North American tour alongside BLACK VEIL BRIDES this summer.

Commented vocalist Michael Vampire: "We are all super-excited about our upcoming tour with BLACK VEIL BRIDES, MODERN DAY ESCAPE and GET SCARED. This will be the first tour for VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! We are excited to hit the stage and bring our music to the masses. We are equally excited about our upcoming full-length release on Century Media Records. The album should be out in September and we will hit the road immediately to support it.

"We have been working with producer Fred Archambault. He is an amazing guy and probably the most professional producer I've ever worked with. He brings both creativity and structure to the recording process. We feel very lucky to be working with him. We have full confidence in this album and believe it will bring something fresh to the music scene."

On April 13, VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE! issued a two-song EP, "Lost In The Shadows", which is available exclusively on the countertops at all 685 Hot Topic locations nationwide.

VAMPIRES EVERYWHERE!'s video for "Immortal Love" can be viewed below. The clip was shot by director Scott Hansen (A DAY TO REMEMBER, ALESANA, SKYLIT DRIVE, CARNIFEX).

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