Senses Fail have been plugging away at their followup to 2018’s If There Is Light, It Will Find You for around a year now and according to a new post from the band, they’re entering the studio to start recording within the next two weeks.
The band will be working with Saosin‘s Beau Burchell again for this album while remarking that this is the most amount of time they’ve spent working on a record.
Nielsen also revealed what he thinks will be the title of Senses Fail’s eighth album, deeming it Hell Is In Your Head for the time being.
He explains the new record will have a connection to their 2006 record Still Searching. That album builds a concept about a character struggling with heartbreak, depression and faith that will finally see a proper bit of closure.
It’s partially about putting the remains of Still Searching to bed. It’s what happens to the character after Priest and The Matador https://t.co/9BIHvegFHj
— Senses Fail (@SensesFail) January 9, 2020
Now they’re going on record saying they will be entering the studio with Burchell handling production duties in about two weeks time. Details about the album outside of this are unknown but we’re excited all the same.
We start recording the next record in about two weeks. It’s crunch time. We’ve been working on it for about a year and is by far the most amount of time we’ve put into anyone record. Really excited to enter the studio with Beau Burchell of Saosin again.
— Senses Fail (@SensesFail) February 9, 2020
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