BISON B.C., HOLY GRAIL Members Interviewed On 'The Metal File'
Guitarist Dan And of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada's BISON B.C. and singer James Paul Luna of the Los Angeles metal quintet HOLY GRAIL (formerly known as SORCERER) were interviewed for this week's "The Metal File" podcast from Montreal's CHOM-FM. You can stream the show using the audio player below.
"Stressed Elephant", a brand new track from BISON B.C., is available for streaming at ExploreMusic.com. The song comes off the band's third album, "Dark Ages", which was released on April 13 via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded by Jesse Gander, who also recorded 2008's "Quiet Earth", at The Hive Creative Labs in Burnaby, British Columbia and was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music (CONVERGE, HATEBREED, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN) in New Windsor, New York.
"Dark Ages" track listing:
01. Stressed Elephant
02. Fear Cave
03. Melody, This is for You
04. Two-Day Booze
05. Die of Devotion
06. Take the Next Exit
07. Wendigo Pt. 3 (Let Him Burn)
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