After 20 years away from Fat Wreck Chords, California punk veterans Face To Face have announced they’ve joined forces with the label once again to release their 9th full-length in 2016. The band will begin recording the album at Bill Stevenson’s Fort Collins, CO, studio the Blasting Room later this week.
Here’s what Face To Face frontman Trever Keith had to say about re-signing with Fat:
“Returning to Fat Wreck Chords for us is a homecoming. After 8 records on almost as many labels throughout our career, we’ve definitely been through some of the worst and best of this business. The fact that after 25 years FAT is still going strong, is a testament to their commitment they have to their artists. We are excited about working with people who truly understand what we do and who we are.”
We’ll keep you posted as more details on the album, which is promised to “showcase all the infectious melodies and driving guitars you’d expect on a Face To Face punk record,” come to light. The band last released Three Chords and a Half Truth in 2013 on Rise Records.
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