CRADLE TO GRAVE Announces Lineup Changes

CRADLE TO GRAVE, the Vancouver-based band featuring ex-AGGRESSION guitarist Denis "Sasquatch" Barthe, has parted ways with drummer Ryan Mackie and bassist Eric Green due to musical differences. Replacing them are Simon Adam (ex-EMPYRIA) and Glenn Chisholm (ex-A MURDER OF CROWS), respectively.

CRADLE TO GRAVE is putting the finishing touches on its new album, "Death Toll Rising", at Turtle Recording Studios in Whiterock, B.C. for a late September release. The follow-up to 2004's "CTG" will contain the following track listing:

01. Shotgun Life
02. Within Forever
03. There Is Nothing Left To Taste
04. Poison Yourself
05. H.S.I.B.J.
06. Beheaded In Paris
07. Suffer
08. Burn It All
09. The End Of My Life
10. Ol' Nicks Blues

CRADLE TO GRAVE is now managed by Vancouver-based Greentoe Music Group.


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