After disbanding for a second time last year, CRISIS guitarists Afzaal Nasiruddeen and Jwyanza Hobson have joined forces with EYES OF FIRE's Dan Kaufman and Nicky Bernardi in a new project called THE ANGELS WHISPERED DANGER. According to Afzaal (who now goes by the name Afzaal Deen), the new band's sound is "totally improvised and personal; no [bullshit], really — just getting our vibe out."

THE ANGELS WHISPERED DANGER's music focuses on tranquil guitar melodies and airy psychedelia that sculpts in a manner very much akin to ISIS, PELICAN and RED SPAROWES. The band is based in the Los Angeles/Orange County area of Southern California and is in the process of adding a second drummer as well as a sixth member who will be more of a multi-instrumentalist.

For more information, visit the THE ANGELS WHISPERED DANGER MySpace page at this location.


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