Long since given up for lost, Anti Social Commentary's third record was to be the bands first full length release - A ten track album titled "The Anti Social Commentary".
Unfortunately during production the recording suffered several setbacks including problems with the quality of the drum track audio and then studio PC hardware issues.
After a hard disk failure, the session files for the album were lost for good and until recently, it was thought that the only exports that existed were pre-production demos.
That all changed when a "Phoenix" folder was located on an old hard disk in a box in Trevor's garage. To his surprise and excitement, the folder contained a long forgotten export of eight of the ten tracks in a very near finished state.
Realising that this could finally close a chapter on what was a significant body of work from the band, Trevor turned to good friend Erek Ladd of Ladd Studios to bring to life the eight previously unreleased tracks.
So put your feet up, dim the lights, cast your mind back to 2008 and enjoy the ride.
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