DENIAL FIEND, the new Florida-based band featuring former DEATH/MASSACRE members Kam Lee (vocals) and Terry Butler (bass; also in SIX FEET UNDER) alongside ex-NASTY SAVAGE drummer Curtis Beeson and former DOWN BY LAW guitarist Sam Williams, has inked a deal with Ibex Moon Records.Commented Ibex Moon founder John McEntee (INCANTATION): "I'm proud to work with these metal and death metal pioneers and I look forward to DENIAL FIEND putting out a great release. I feel that they will appeal to old school and newer metal fans alike." DENIAL FIEND's debut album, tentatively titled "They Rise", is expected in June 2007. "I think DENIAL FIEND will surprise a lot of people," said Butler in a statement. "This is not a 'flash-in-the-pan' side project. It’s a band that is dedicated and ready to bring metal to the masses!" According to a press release, DENIAL FIEND "draws on elements of its members' individual pasts to create an edgy yet classic sound of its own." A demo recording of the track "Cover Me in Blood" is available on the band's MySpace page.
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