Miss May I Name New Album Producer, Prepare For Upcoming Studio Sessions
Bassist Ryan Neff talked about the upcoming sessions. “Miss May I has been a wild ride for all of us since the beginning. From starting out in a basement in a small Ohio town, listening to our favorite bands, and just trying to play shows, all the way up to now, about to record our fourth full length album. As a long time fan, I am ecstatic to announce that we will be working with Terry Date on our next record.”
“Growing up jamming Deftones, White Zombie, and Pantera, it’s a dream come true to be working with the man who helped capture some of their greatest work,” Neff says. “As if that wasn’t amazing enough, we have Colin Richardson in to mix the record who is also a legend in the metal world. So you can all expect some heavy riffage coming your way next year!”
Miss May I plan to hit the studio Aug. 14, which gives them about a month to work on the album before they head back out on tour. They are slated to play the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento on Sept. 15 before embarking on a trek with Five Finger Death Punch beginning Sept. 17.