CHAINFIST: New Songs Posted Online

Danish metal quintet CHAINFIST, which features in its ranks guitarist Michael Kopietz (FROZEN SUN, PANZERCHRIST), has posted three new songs — "Free Me", "Have You Ever" and "Evolution" — on the band's MySpace page. The tracks, which can also be streamed using the widget below, are the group's first recordings to feature new singer Jackie Petersen, who joined CHAINFIST earlier this year.

Commented Michael: "It is awesome to hear the great feedback we are receiving from Jackie's vocals on the songs live and studio.

"We just finished the recordings of 11 songs and we also invited Jakob 'Batten' Hansen from ILLDISPOSED to this record, and, as always, did some serious badass solos!!!

"We hope to find the right label soon and put this baby on the market!"

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