Last year, I was impressed by local rock act Automorrow and Diver, the band's debut EP. Ben Napier and crew are one of the few area acts that can successful mix rock, reggae and punk without watering down any of those genres.
Next month, though, the band is heading back into the studio to record a full length--and it's inviting anyone who wants to follow along with the recording process to do so live on the INternet as a part of a three-day session it will broadcast on Ustream. Tentively, the schedule is 3pm to 11pm on October 11th, 12th ad 13th.
Those wanting to catch Automorrow before those guys enter the studio can do so on October 4 at The Aardvark in Fort Worth. The band is sure to be playing some songs that will make their way onto the new album.
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