AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE Sift Through New Ideas, Travel To England

AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE bassist Chad Hanks has posted the following update on the group's activities via the band's official web site:

"Well well...we've been actively playing since last Wednesday...the beginning of sifting through a huge amount of ideas...we have about 27 'songs' to work on so far, if that gives you any idea, and I know we forgot a few...not bad for only being off-tour for less than two months... [Vocalist] Martin [Cock] and myself are getting ready to leave the 25th to attend the Kerrang! Awards in London...we'll be there for 5 should be interesting being there for a while and not just passing through town...we're nominated for Best International Newcomer, or something to that effect..."


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