Embrace complete new album

The follow-up to 'Out Of Nothing' is due next year

Embrace complete new album
Embrace have finished recording their new album 'Exploding Machines'.

The band, who celebrated the launch of their first live DVD 'A Glorious Day - Live in Leeds' with an instore signing in London (November 7) yesterday, are currently in the process of mixing the follow-up to their 2004 comeback album 'Out Of Nothing'.

No release date has been set for the LP yet but fans can get a taster of what is to come when they play four dates in the UK in December.

Drummer Mike Heaton told XFM: "The new album’s recorded and it’s being mixed. The rest of the band are down in London finishing mixing it. And we’ll be definitely playing some of the new stuff [on the tour] in December. We’ll play a few warm-up dates and some of the new tracks and see which ones fit best, and then we’ll play those at the arena dates."

Embrace will play:

{B]Nottingham Rock City (December 13)
London Alexandra Palace (15)
Manchester Evening News Arena (16)
Glasgow SECC (17)[/B]

For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

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