Embrace complete new album

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

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)

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