Reggie and the Full Effect Begin Recording New Album


A little over two months ago, Reggie and the Full Effect created a Kickstarter to fund their new album, No Country For Old Musicians. Today, frontman James Dewees announced that the recording process has officially begun via an update to Kickstarter backers.

“It feels so amazing to be back doing reggie again,” wrote Dewees. “I hope you are ready for the insanity that is about to begin! I know I am!”

No Country For Old Musicians successfully passed its goal of $50,000 a week before the campaign was scheduled to end (and with an extra $8,081 to spare). The new album will feature appearances by members of My Chemical Romance, Taking Back Sunday, New Found Glory, Circa Survive, and more. It’s been five years since their last album, Last Stop: Crappy Town.

For those of you who stand by “Pics or it didn’t happen,” have no fear. Dewees tweeted a picture of himself in front of the recording studio as well as a Vine video from inside.

And yes, this does mean they’ll hit the road to perform again. “I plan to… tour the living hell out of it,” Dewees wrote on the Kickstarter page. “Because, at the end of the day I love being on stage and on the road, it’s what I do best.”

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