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Mission of Burma Refuse To Fade, Begin Work On New Album

Thirty years after originally forming in 1979 and seven years into their celebrated second manifestation, Boston post-punk luminaries Mission of Burma have just begun work on their fourth full-length LP, the follow-up to 2006’s upstart The Obliterati. Details are sparse, but it is known that the group has returned to an unknown studio to begin demoing songs for the album, which has yet to receive an official title. The album is scheduled to be released by the end of the year, and will contain songs that are much too bold and badass to be written and performed by men in their mid-fifties. [Aversion]


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/site_media/uploads/images/users/drivera/a-milhouse-divided1png.png drivera

favorite band. i've seen them live 5 times.

/site_media/uploads/images/users/hybridxdawn/toropovbioimage.jpg dtoropov

always excited by new stuff from these guys. Sweet!

/site_media/uploads/images/users/mfiander/profile.jpg mfiander

best news of the year so far.

/site_media/uploads/images/users/prefix/no-user-pic.gif jbergs

Obliterati was the best comeback album of the decade, if not one of THE Best albums of the decade. I have a hard time imagining this band putting out even a mildly disappointing album at this point. Hotness.

/site_media/uploads/images/users/Ethan/nirvana-corporate-rock-whoresjpg.jpg EStan

Hell yeah! Good to see some other Burma lovers here. MoB is one of my fave bands of all time, though I was too young to really be into them the first time around...what can be said about these guys that does them justice? They pretty much blow away everyone else no matter what their age. They're arty but not pretentious, experimental and catchy as hell at the same time...they just rule. They inspire me in many ways. Cannot wait for the new album!


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