LAS CRUCES To Enter Studio For New Full-Length Album In 2013
December 31, 2012, 4 years ago
Texas doom-metal veterans LAS CRUCES are currently writing new material and preparing to enter the studio for their 2013 as-yet-untitled fourth full-length album. The album will be a follow up to 2010's Dusk released worldwide via Brainticket Records. The band will also re-release their entire catalogue to include a vinyl edition of 1998's Ringmaster, initially released via Brainticket Records.
In other news, Las Cruces will now be managed by Leigh Olson Management and Media Relations who is the wife and personal manager of Jeff "Oly" Olson, original drummer of doom-metal legends TROUBLE. Moreover, Las Cruces is currently entertaining new record labels as well as scheduling a summer 2013 U.S. tour. Tour dates will be announced soon.
Guitarist George Trevino founded Las Cruces back in 1994 in San Antonio, Texas and has since made his mark across The Lone Star State and the American doom-metal scene. It's no wonder why Daniel Bukszpan, author of The Encyclopedia of Heavy Metal, acknowledges Las Cruces as "one of the genre's leading proponents."
Las Cruces' current lineup is as follows:
George Trevino - guitar
Mando Tovar - guitar
Jimmy Bell - bass
Paul DeLeon - drums/vocals
Las Cruces' 'Cocaine Wizard Woman' from 2010's Dusk: