MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE are currently working on their new album at Planet Z in beautiful Hadley, MA with reknown producer Zeuss. (Hatebreed, Shadow’s Fall, Soulfly, Unearth). Their self titled release, “MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE” is set to hit stores in early 2012 via Solid State Records. Upon their arrival in Massachusetts, the band got right to work and have been non stop in the studio ever since. MYCHILDREN MYBRIDE are no strangers to their fans and have created the first in a series of videos for  a sneak peak of what’s going on while they are there. The first video releases today and gives the viewer a very artistic point of view for a studio update. Produced and directed by Joseph Lengson, you’ll find a high level of artistry and his fantastic ability to capture the subject. These are definitely not your normal studio updates. Link to the video and a list of upcoming tour dates can be found below.
You can find the first video entitled “1” here:
11/12 Worcester MA @ Palladium (Vanna DVD Shoot)
11/13 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
11/14 Richmond, VA @ Kingdom
11/17 Charleston, SC @ Jimbo’s Rock Lounge
11/18 Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue
11/20 Ft Lauderdale, FL @ The Speak Easy
11/22 Mobile, AL @ Alabama Music Box
11/23 Montgomery, AL @ Iceberg Lounge
11/25 Evansville, IN @ Boney Junes
11/26 Joliet, IL @ Mojoes
11/29 Omaha, NE @ Sokol Underground
11/30 Wichita, KS @ The Scene-ary
12/1 Tulsa, OK @ Marquee Theatre
12/2 Lubbock, TX @ Jake’s

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