The Number Twelve Looks Like You will be entering the studio later this week to record the followup to 2007’s proper Eyeball debut, Mongrel. The band will be self-producing this time around, with Steve Evetts handling the mix.

The album is set for a tentative release in early 2009.

It will be the band’s fourth full-length overall, depending on how you categorize their first release, 2003’s nine-song, half-hour-plus Put On Your Rosy Red Glasses.

They have sporadic dates coming up as well, supporting the likes of Underoath, Senses Fail and Mae.

The band released a live CD/DVD collection earlier this year titled Here At The End Of All Things, as well as The Remixes, a limited 7".

9/2 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza ^

10/8 – Richmond, VA @ Canal Club *

10/9 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ *

10/10 – Columbia, SC @ Headliners *

10/11 – Charleston, SC @ Music Farm *

10/12 – Jacksonville, FL @ Fuel Coffeehouse *

10/25 – Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock "The Big Giant Festival" #

^ – w/ Underoath

* – w/ Senses Fail, Foxy Shazam, Dance Gavin Dance

# – w/ Mae, From First To Last, and more