After nearly four years of inactivity, Remembering Never has lined up a handful of July shows on the East Coast. Vocalist Peter Kowalsky tells us: "We wish RN could make it a full U.S. tour but unfortunately jobs/school/responsibilities get in the way of a 40 day nonstop metalcore party and we simply cannot commit to an extensive run. We are going out for 5 days and bringing some good friends and solid bands. A very eclectic bunch. On the run is Forty Winters, My Amends with Hivemind and Dirty Habits on select dates. When we have free time from reality we will be fitting jam sessions in across the country."
7/10 Pembroke Pines, FL @ The Talent Farm 7/21 Augusta, GA @ Sector 7g 7/22 Virginia Beach, VA @ Skate High (Awesomefest 2010) 7/23 Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock Cafe/Cafe Under 7/24 Fredericksburg, VA @ The Refuge 7/25 Columbia, SC @ The Elbow Room Meanwhile, the group continues to work on their next album, titled "This Hell Is Home." According to Kowalsky, "[The album] will be released through Dead Truth Recordings (unless someone wants to give me a large suitcase full of crisp and clean $100 bills). We are still in the writing process but we have about 4 songs nailed down solid and about 5 more near completion. Every song differs from the others greatly and we are sweating our asses off in the slums of Alligator City to get this shit out finally. Some of you will dig it hard. Others will not. NO CARE EVER."
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