Aspiga enter studio with Dave Downham to begin recording new album

By on February 20, 2014

New Jersey punk rockers Aspiga have entered the studio with producer Dave Downham to record the follow-up to 2012’s Every Last Piece. The band is recording at The Gradwell House in Haddon Heights, NJ, the same location where Every Last Piece was recorded. Every Last Piece came out in November 2012 to critical acclaim (see below!) and is available on vinyl and digitally from Paper + Plastick Records.

Aspiga frontman Kevin Day released the following statement:

“On Sunday February 15th, we began tracking our new record. We will be spending seven days at Gradwell House to record eleven new songs. Once again, Dave Downham, will be behind the control board and also taking on the role of producer. We have spent the last few months grinding out these songs and are excited to work with Paper + Plastick on the release of this album.”

Aspiga – Every Last Piece
November 20, 2012
Paper + Plastick Records

1. Save Your Spit
2. Welcome To the Sympathy Party
3. Winter Cleaning
4. Users
5. Parade On Me
6. On the Defensive
7. The Excavation

Aspiga is:
Kevin Day – Guitar/Vocals
Ray Solowij – Drums
Alec McVey – Bass

Past releases:
Aspiga (CD) – Phat N’ Phunky Records – May 2006
Tense (CD) – Solidarity Recordings – July 2010
How I’m Not Feeling (7”) – Kat Kat Records – June 2011
Aspiga/Hanalei Split (7”) – Jump Start Records – February 2012
Tense (LP) – Kat Kat Records – July 2012


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.