EVE 6 to record their new album with producer Don Gilmore this June!

Recent Fearless Records signing EVE 6 is set to enter the studio this June with legendary producer Don Gilmore (Pearl Jam, Dashboard Confessional, Good Charlotte, The All-American Rejects). The band will be recording their long-awaited fourth studio album. Gilmore's previous work includes production on Linkin Park's 10 x platinum-seling album Hybrid Theory and 5 x platinum-selling release Meteora. Gilmore also produced EVE 6's platinum-selling self-titled debut album.
"Starting in the first couple weeks of June, we'll be descending into the dungeon (AKA studio) to record album #4 with Don Gilmore, our producer on the first two album," notes the band. "Don is a svengali/genius type of guy, and is a great match for our style and sensibility in the studio. We have a special bond with him, and are excited to get in the trenches and become comrades in musical arms once again. It's been great having all this time to refine the material; we feel this will be song for song our strongest album to date."
Read more of the band's statement on their website.

Since the band's debut in 1998, Eve 6's brand of clever and high energy pop-punk-rock has sold in excess of three million albums in North America. The band's three albums have spawned a number of top singles, including #1 smash "Inside Out", "Think Twice", "Promise", "Leech", and the radio/MTV mega-anthem "Here's to the Night," which continues to serve as the theme for many high school graduations and proms to this day.
After a brief disbandment in which the members pursued various other projects, Eve 6 reformed in early 2008, and spent much of the following two years on the road reconnecting with the fan base and playing to crowds wildly enthusiastic about their return. The band signed to Fearless Records early May 2011, and is excited to work on new material. "This will be a great home for us," notes the band. "They're super pumped about this record and the new songs and are just as anxious to get it recorded and released as we are."