10 YEARS Drummer: Drums And Bass Tracks Completed For New Album

July 2, 2007

Drummer Brian Vodinh of Knoxville, Tennessee's 10 YEARS has issued the following update:

"I would like to begin this update by saying that [producer] Rick Parashar [PEARL JAM, NICKELBACK, ALICE IN CHAINS, ROB ZOMBIE] is the man. He's a musical genius and has brought an element to our creations that is exactly what we have been looking for.

"We are about two weeks into the recording process [for our second album] and have already completed all the drums and bass tracks, which if you will look at the rest of the page we have added some photos for your viewing pleasure. The drums and bass sound AMAZING so we couldn't be any more excited about laying down some guitars.

"I think the most difficult part of this process so far was just narrowing down which songs to record. After writing as much as we did and falling in love with such an overwhelming amount of songs, you kind of feel like you are cheating on some of them when you can only pick 12 or 13 to record! Trust me, if we could record all of them, we would. Unfortunately, studios and producers and everything else that goes into making records is ridiculously expensive so we only have a limited amount of time to work with but at the end of the day we are really pleased with the songs we picked.

"On a different note, things are starting to shape up in touring world! I don't want to jump the gun here, but I am pretty sure that within a few months you will be seeing us back on the road. Finally! No list of dates or cities yet, but keep checking back cuz we could start posting tour dates any day now!"

10 YEARS' debut album, "The Autumn Effect", came out in 2005.

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