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So, Are As I Lay Dying Recording A New Album?


It’s starting to look more and more certain that rockers As I Lay Dying are making new music, perhaps an album?

Recently uploaded to Instagram was a picture of the band’s drummer Jordan Mancino behind a kit up the studio with a caption confirming that tracking is ongoing.

The photo was uploaded with the location saying Signature Sound Studios in San Diego, California, and the attached caption said: caption “Drum Tracking.”

So, is this an older photo as the band is on their North America tour, or perhaps they took one of their days off and started to lay down backing tracks? Mmmm.

Whatever the outcome, we’re pretty certain the new music is on the horizon for the band and if it’s an album, it will be the first since 2012’s Awakened.

It hasn’t been totally baron with regards to new music from AILD, last June saw them release the single “My Own Grave,’ their first new track in five years.

Last June, As I Lay Dying released their first single in almost five years, titled “My Own Grave.” The band also shared the news that they would be playing their first show as a reunited group.

Since playing returning to the stage last year the band has played steadily, so, if the wait for new music is killing you, you can catch the band live at one of the band’s remaining tour dates:

03/29 – Tampa, Florida @ Orpheum
03/30 – Jacksonville, Florida @ 1904
03/31 – Pensacola, Florida @ Vinyl Music Hall
04/02 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana @ Varsity Theater
04/03 – Birmingham, Alabama @ Zydeco
04/04 – Nashville, Tennessee @ Exit/In
04/05 – Memphis, Tennessee @ Growlers
04/06 – Springfield, Missouri @ The Complex

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Drum Tracking ✔️

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