Poughkeepsie genre benders Genghis Tron have officially announced their reunion following a ten year long hiatus, and also that they’ve began recording their third full-length album.
The follow-up to 2008’s ‘Board Up The House’ will be produced by Kurt Ballou at GodCity Studio in Salem, Massachusetts, and will be the band’s first release following the departure of vocalist, Mookie Singerman.
The remaining founding members, guitarist Hamilton Jordan and keyboardist Michael Sochynsky, will be joined by two new collaborators for the release; vocalist Tony Wolski and drummer Nick Yacyshyn.
This is what Sochynsky had to say of their return.
“We said it was just a hiatus and we meant it! It’s been incredible writing music again and hearing everything come together in the studio. This is the album we’ve always wanted to write. We can’t wait to share what we’ve been working on.”
More details surrounding the band’s third album, which is expected to see a release in 2021, will be confirmed as they develop.