Templeton Pek launch pre orders of “New Horizons”

Templeton Pek launch pre orders of “New Horizons”

Birmingham England’s own veteran punk trio Templeton Pek are set to release their fourth full length record entitled “New Horizons” July 24th 2015 via Hardline Entertainment. The 11 track album was recorded by Ken Seaton at The Porch in Hermosa Beach, CA and mixed by Cameron Webb (Motörhead, Sum 41, Lit, Pennywise) at Maple Studios in Santa Ana, CA.


TP_CD_ART_LO1. Skyline
2. The Blindside
3. Fractures
4. Damage Control
5. One More Enemy
6. Lost on You
7. Smoke and Mirrors
8. Broken Lines
9. Head Count
10. Last Salute
11. Great Divide (bonus track)

Having toured most of UK and Europe over their career since the release of their debut “No Association” in 2008, the band are well seasoned whether playing large festivals, Arenas, Academies or club shows. Sharing stages with the likes of: Sum 41, Rise Against, Taking Back Sunday, Bullet For My Valentine, Pendulum, Bad Religion, Alkaline Trio, All Time Low, Pennywise, Four Year Strong, Mindless Self Indulgence, Millencolin, Zebrahead, No use For A name and more.

Built with a DIY ethic engrained into them, the band even self recorded and self produced their sophomore album “Scratches & Scars” in 2011 .

Whilst “Signs” was their most successful album to date, behind the scenes there was turmoil occurring without the bands knowledge resulting in an unamicable split with their management company as it collapsed mid campaign.

The band began writing again in early 2014, and now in contact with Ken Seaton of LA based label Hardline Entertainment who had expressed interest in the band. Accepting his offer of recording a new album in his studio The Porch in California, the band flew to the US and spent over a month living and recording in Hermosa beach, Los Angeles, hometown of Black Flag, Descendents, All and Pennywise. Following a productive session in LA, Cameron Webb (Motörhead, Sum 41, Lit, Pennywise, Ignite) then came onboard and mixed the album in Maple Studios, CA.

The band states: “Being in a town so rich in punk rock and specifically melodic punk rock inspired us to record “New Horizons” and make it sound the way it does. It’s definitely a new era for us as band on so many levels.”

The album is about using and building on the past, and that’s exactly the drive that the band has. Armed with a new label, new management, a new member and a new batch of songs that represent and sound like a band that has a new lease in life, the album title speaks for itself.


Physical- http://hardlineent.com/store/templeton-pek-new-horizons

Itunes- https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/new-horizons/id990114910




Christian Hamilton

Christian Hamilton

Christian is the founder and Editor of Rock Paper Rock as well as a freelance concert and event photographer serving the Pacific Northwest and Beyond. He is a certified member of the PPA and Gold Level member of the CPS. He has recently began working with Mental Itch Records and has launched his own Photography website.

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