10 YEARS Releasing 'Heaviest Album In Nearly A Decade'

According to The Pulse of Radio, 10 YEARS recently completed recording its third major label album, titled "Feeding The Wolves". Although the record is not scheduled to arrive until late summer, bassist Lewis Cosby told The Pulse of Radio he can't wait for their fans to hear it. "I mean, all I can say is that we're super-, super-excited about it. I mean, it's one of these records that we've been wanting to make since day one — even from our high school days. And I think we made it. Everybody that we let hear it has been totally blown away by it, so I mean, the release date can't come soon enough for us."

The band promises that "Feeding The Wolves" will be "the heaviest album [they've] made in nearly a decade."

"Shoot It Out" will be the first single from the CD.

The group is on the road through early June with FLYLEAF and playing three new songs in its current set, including "Shoot It Out" (see video below).

10 YEARS issued its sophomore effort, "Division", in May 2008. The group spent more than a year writing and recording that set, which followed up its 2005 debut "The Autumn Effect".

The song "Wasteland" from the band's debut hit No. 1 on the Modern Rock chart, while "Beautiful" from "Division" reached Number 14.

10 YEARS plays with FLYLEAF Tuesday night (May 25) in Washington D.C. and will join SHINEDOWN, CHEVELLE, PUDDLE OF MUDD and SEVENDUST later this summer on the Carnival Of Madness tour.

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