Metalcore troupe Miss May I have confirmed that they have now finished recording their seventh album, the follow-up to 2017’s ‘Shadows Inside’.
The band originally wrapped up the record a little while ago following sessions at Metro 37 Recording Studio in Rochester Hills, Michigan, but bassist/vocalist Ryan Neff confirmed earlier this month that they went back to add some final touches as it wasn’t quite done.
My band made an album and it was done until it wasn’t done. So now that it’s not done and we are going to go work on it more so that it is in fact: done.
And that’s pretty much it folks!
— Ryan (@whosryanneff) March 11, 2021
Today (March 30th 2021), frontman Levi Benton has confirmed that the new album “is done”, and until release day comes along he’s going back to spending his time flipping houses – the process of buying, rehabbing, and selling properties for profit.
Album is done. Back to flipping houses. See you on release day! pic.twitter.com/11kICxvcyr
— Levi Benton (@levibenton) March 30, 2021
The band’s seventh full-length album is suspected to drop later this year through SharpTone Records, though more details will be confirmed as they develop.
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