Speaking of True Widow, as we were earlier today, we just stumbled across quite the treat for those who, like us, are salivating at the thought of the band's to-be-released-in-March sophomore album, called As High As The Highest Heavens and From The Center to the Circumference of the Earth (or, perhaps more simply, A.H.A.T.H.H.A.F.T.C.T.T.C.O.T.E.). It's a video teaser for the album, featuring footage of the band's in-studio efforts with producer Matt Pence at Denton's Echo Lab.
Something of note heard in the clip: Though the band has indeed returned to the location and producer that helped spawned its epic 2008, self-titled debut, this new disc, which will be released by Kemado Records, features some acoustic adornments. Or so the clip, which is well worth your watch and posted for your viewing pleasure after the jump, would lead you to believe. Check it out.
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