It really has been a busy few weeks. As you know the band have been sorting out the final mixes for the album and we're absolutely thrilled with the work that James over at Stymphalian Productions has done on the tracks. He's weaved some kind of voodoo and they sound simply stunning. We are exceptionally thrilled with it and can't wait to finally release it.
Of course we also broke the news on the 17th of July that Triaxis have signed to Rocksector Records. you can read the full press release here (and at the bottom of the page there is a sneaky peak at one of the new tracks). We've worked with the guys at Rocksector for a few years doing a number of gigs with them and we've got on very well with Mark, the manager so it seemed to make perfect sense after bustling up that relationship and forging trust, to go ahead and sign to them. And we're glad we haven as Mark has proven how hard he works of this bands already, in the short space of time we've been officially on their books.
On top of singing to a label, we're also returning to Bloodstock :) We're hitting up the Jagermeister stage on the Saturday and we're looking forward to it. It's going to be a good weekend no matter what the weather and we love Bloodstock like no other festival. There is something about it that just makes it special.
So the album, 'Rage and Retribution', is due for release on October 8th 2012. We've got some cracking things lined up on the run up to it, but I can't give too much away at the moment. Needless to say, the music side of my life is going amazingly. It's been my dream since I can remember to sing for a living (and not just pubs and clubs rubbish as I used to do) and slowly that dream is becoming a reality. I'm not so naive as to think that I can quit the day job just yet, that's just not feasible but one day hopefully we'll be able to get on that big bus and tour around this little ball of rock sat in an arm of the Milky Way.
More updates soon