Cause for a 'Tea Party'

Published: 2004-05-17
Canadian band The Tea Party will be putting out a new record this spring. The album is called 'The Seven Circles' and will mark the group's eighth release. The band has already wrapped up recording with legendary producer Bob Rock (Metallica, Bryan Adams) in his Maui studio, and has moved on to mixing. Lead singer Jeff Martin has taken on some mixing duties alongside head honcho Randy Staub (Metallica, H.I.M.).

The Tea Party will be touring in support of 'The Seven Circles', but there have been no dates announced yet. The band does have a few festival performances lined up for June and July though.

The last album that the Tea Party released was 'The Interzone Mantras' in 2001. Many people said that the music on the record was a step away from the Tea Party's traditional sound. It wasn't too great a leap however, as the band still created dark, moody tunes similar to the ones featured in the rest of their back catalogue. Fans will have to wait to find out what direction the band's new album takes them in.

The Tea Party's scheduled dates:

June 8 Toronto – White Ribbon Campaign
July 10 Grand Prairie – Summerslam
July 11 Camrose – Stage 13
July 13 Calgary – Calgary Stampede

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt



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