BLACK MARKET HERO: New Song Posted Online

BLACK MARKET HERO, the New York metal band featuring members of 40 BELOW SUMMER and FLAW, has posted another new song entitled "Asphyxiate" on the group's MySpace page.

The group recently stated: "The band has been diligently writing fresh new material since the addition of their new lead guitarist Angel Vivaldi back in January of this year. BLACK MARKET HERO plans to eventually release a full record once they've completed the writing process."

BLACK MARKET HERO guitarist Angel Vivaldi's "face-melting" solo album, "Revelations", was released via iTunes on March 11, 2008. Check out www.angelvivaldi.net for tracks, video, photos and links to purchase the record.

BLACK MARKET HERO's lineup is completed by vocalist Max Illidge (40 BELOW SUMMER), guitarist Joey D'Amico (40 BELOW SUMMER), bassist Matt Fortin (CONFLICTION), and drummer Micah Havertape (FLAW).

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