So ich hab mal bei Wikipedia reingeschaut, und das ganze hört sich sehr interessant an. Zunächst sollen diese Jahr zwei EPs erscheinen die möglicherweise auf Druck des Labels zusammenrausgebracht werden. Eine EP ist wesentlich chaotischer und härter wohingegen die andere EP pop-/songorientierte sein soll Einfluss ist hierbei unter anderem Radiohead. Also recht ähnlich zu Fire & Water bei Thrice. Desweiteren soll 2009 Phantom on the Horizon erscheinen. Dieses ist ein konzeptalbum das auf der Wiedereinspielung der Ghostship Demos basiert. Der letezte Sonf von Doppelgänger Macaulay McCulkin stammt von dieser Demo. Das verspricht einen jammigeren Sound mit längeren Stücken und könnte vermehrt in Richtung Mars Volta gehen. Desweiteren uist eine Split-Ep mit The Number Twelve Looks Like You in Plannung ,bei der es noch Rechtsprobleme zwischen den beiden Labels gibt. EIne interessante Mischung da The Number Twelve Looks Like You quasi eine extremer Version von The Fall Of Troy ist. Ich hab das jetzt mal so alles lose anhand der englischen Wiki zusammengefasst hier der Text: Upcoming albums Dual EPs/Split Full Length In an interview on Ryans Rock Show, Erak stated that there will be two EPs to expect in 2008 from them. He also said that two tracks are already written, and that both EPs will have a different feel to them. The first EP has been described by Thomas as being "really abrasive," marking the end of their self-described transitional period. Thomas has hinted at much more pop-oriented material, but says the band will not subscribe to one genre. Erak also cited Radiohead as an inspiration to this diversity of records. Thomas has also stated that their record label may not allow them to do two separate EPs, and a new blog points toward the next release being a full-length instead of an EP. Phantom on the Horizon Erak has stated that the Ghostship demos will be re-recorded and released as Phantom on the Horizon, but the release date is unknown, possibly 2009 or later. The album will feature eight tracks and a storyline with each of the band members playing a role, with the only confirmed role being Erak's as captain. The storyline consists of Erak's Spanish galleon meeting a ghost ship from another dimension, and hell ensuing. He has described the album as "one song separated by tracks", much like that of The Mars Volta's "Cassandra Gemini". Split EP Erak has also stated in interviews that the band will be doing a split EP with mathcore band The Number Twelve Looks Like You, sometime before Phantom on the Horizon. However, in a recent interview with AbsolutePunk.net, The Fall of Troy said they want this to happen but they doubt it will anytime soon, because Eyeball Records will not hand over the rights to do the split with Equal Vision Records. However, on September 25, 2007 Eyeball Records addressed the issue in a statement stating they were unaware of a split EP between the bands. The former manager of the band (The Number Twelve) is also believed to have sparked insight into the situation. Thomas has been quoted as saying that he and Alex of the Number Twelve Looks Like You had completed writing the track on the EP featuring all members of both bands. Until further notice, the project is halted, but their producer and close friend Mario Gonzalez of Naples Florida has been talking with Thomas to continue production on the record.