SCALE THE SUMMIT to Begin Recording a New Album in November

by | Oct 14, 2014

It’s been a little over a year since Scale The Summit put out their last album The Migration. The group supported the record with a series of tours alongside bands like The Ocean, TesseractGlass CloudSilver Snakes, Hail The Sun among others, and even made their way overseas with Intronaut. Time to think about new material?

Apparently so. The band will be back in the studio in November tracking a follow-up to The Migration. The new one is expected in the early summer of 2015.

Until then, here’s a stream of The Migration in its entirety.

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