BEYOND FEAR Members Launch LAW OF DESTRUCTION
BEYOND FEAR members John Comprix (guitar) and Eric Elkins (drummer) have formed a new band called LAW OF DESTRUCTION. The group, which "steers more toward the brutal side of things," according to Comprix, has uploaded three songs to its MySpace page. A full-length album will be recorded later in the year.
LAW OF DESTRUCTION's existence should not affect BEYOND FEAR, which is "alive and well," according to Comprix. "We will be working on this band while Tim [BEYOND FEAR vocalist Tim 'Ripper' Owens] and Dennis [Hayes, bass] are doing ICED EARTH."
Regarding their decision to form LAW OF DESTRUCTION, Comprix says, "we [John and Eric] have always loved brutal music so [we] have a chance to write an album and get some aggression out!"
LAW OF DESTRUCTION is:
Scott Bryant: Vocals
John Comprix: Lead/Rhythm Guitar
Kyle Kniceley: Rhythm Guitar
Justin Endres: Bass
Eric Elkins: Drums
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