CONFESSOR: New Music Posted Online

Reunited North Carolina-based progressive metallers CONFESSOR have posted a brand-new track, entitled "Sour Times", at their official web site. To listen to the song, click here and go to the "Music" section.

"Sour Times" comes off CONFESSOR's recently completed demo, which the band will be using to procure a record deal. A few pictures from the recording sessions at Osceola Studios in Raleigh, North Carolina have been posted online at this location.

"We are very satisfied with the outcome of our recording sessions and the final mixdown is almost complete," the band write on their web site. "In the next week or so when the mix is finalized, we will put an entire song for your to download and samples of the other songs."

CONFESSOR split up in the early '90s after releasing one full-length album (1991's "Condemned") and EP (1992's "Confessor"), with the with the rhythm section going on to form FLY MACHINE. CONFESSOR reformed in 2002 following the death of guitarist Ivan Colon, who passed away due to cardiac complications.

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