CORETEZ To Make Live Debut In November
CORETEZ, the new band featuring former ILL NINO members Roger Vasquez and Marc Rizzo (SOULFLY), will make their live debut on November 13 at The Downtown in Farmingdale, New York. Also performing on the bill will be BLOODSIMPLE (featuring VISION OF DISORDER members Tim Williams (vocals) and Mike Kennedy (guitar), along with ex-MEDICATION bassist Kyle Sanders and drummer Chris Hamilton) and headliners BIOHAZARD.
In other news, CORETEZ "have a TON of songs that we are really proud of and cannot wait for [everyone] to hear," the band write on their web site. "Everything from brutally heavy to beautifully melodic. We think [everyone will] love our CD when it drops. We just finished the new version of 'Voices' and it came out amazing. Jamey Jasta from HATEBREED did some vocals on it and Zeuss (SHADOWS FALL, HATEBREED) mixed and mastered the track at Planet Z studios so the sound is phenomenal."
The CORETEZ track "Five Months" is featured on the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" soundtrack, which is due on November 4 through Nitrus Records.
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