The fellas in Philadelphia punk act The Holy Mess have announced they are currently recording a new album with A Wilhelm Scream‘s Trevor Reilly producing. Looks like fans can expect an 11 track album due out later next year on Red Scare Industries. Here’s what they had to say:
“Dear internet, sportos, motorheads, geeks, bloods, wastoids, dweebies, and dickheads: we begin recording our new record today. Trevor Reilly and Mike Supina will handle the recording duties this time around at Black and Blue Studios in lovely New Bedford, Massachusetts. With a no frills approach to the songwriting, the result is eleven quick, angry, and snappy tunes fit for the current state of your dwindling attention spans. It will be fueled by a steady diet of No Problemo, booze, and weed. Red Scare Industries will release it. More info down the road…. Get stoked shitheads.”
We’ll keep you posted as more details on The Holy Mess’ upcoming album come to light. The band released their latest album “Cande Ru Las Degas” last August on Red Scare.
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