CANCERSLUG: Tampa Concert To Be Recorded For Possible Live CD
Long-running Alabama outfit CANCERSLUG will perform at The Brass Mug in Tampa, Florida this Saturday, December 6. According to the band, "We will be going on early. So try to get there by 8:00 p.m., seriously. It may be recorded for a possible live CD."
CANCERSLUG recently posted six songs from its first official release in the band's 10-year history. Entitled "Tales of a Butcher", the 28-song CD was recorded at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida with respected producer Brian Elliott and it features appearances by Randy Butman and Jack Goodwin of PATHS OF POSSESSION and Erin Fuller of HELL ON EARTH.
Commented CANCERSLUG singer Alex Story: "Out of the 200-plus demos that have circulated on the Internet over the last decade, this will be the first disc to truly do the songs and the band justice... We are looking at this as the CANCERSLUG debut."
For more information, visit www.cancerslug.net.
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