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Interpol Start Work On Third Album

Interpol Start Work On Third Album

New York indie rock band Interpol have started work on recording their highly anticipated third album.

Although the band have been writing material throughout the year, the band have now gone into the studio.

Interpols acclaimed bass throb heavy first album “Turn On The Bright Lights” in 2002 and the fuller sounding follow-up album “Antics” in 2004 were both recorded at Tarquin Studios, Conneticut.

Interpol, who recently changed labels from Matador to Capitol Records, have decided to record the new material a biit closer to home.

Interpol have posted on their website about their progress, saying, “Ladies and Gentlemen, we are now recording album 3. The studio is in NYC, and we're enjoying being local. The atmosphere and the environs of a recording facility affect the sound and feel of an album in the subtlest ways. And we are affected. And it is subtle.Sounds great so far. But we'll be here for a while yet. Upward and outward. Begin, begin.
Big kisses all around. Interpol.”

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