New Video: In Alcatraz 1962’s first studio update

Posted by Fireball13 on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 10:50 AM (PST)

Northern Virginia metalcore band In Alcatraz 1962 have posted their first studio update video on their recording process. Drummer Josh Zupovitz lays the foundation for this pivotal addition to Standby Records “Rock N’ Roll 2.0” movement. It represents the “second coming” of rock music and Standby is proud to stand as the birthplace of the genre’s evolution.

“We are very excited to release our debut album with such a dedicated and committed label,” said Zupovitz. “We know they will treat us not only as another band, but as a family member. We look forward to collaborating with Standby Records and are ready to share our music with each and every one of you.”

Added Standby owner, Neil Sheehan, “As we develop a rebooted version of Rock N’ Roll at Standby Records, we continue to discover new acts that are rich in attitude and powered by modern day angst. Much like the rage that flowed through this band’s namesake island throughout the 20th Century, In Alcatraz 1962’s musical rage hits with more force than any group of murderers, rapists and criminals could ever deliver. We couldn’t be happier to share their power.”

The band has been recording their debut full-length album which is set to be released this spring via Standby Records.

You can check out the video right here.


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