E-FORCE Sign With SEASON OF MIST RECORDS
E-FORCE, the Montreal-based band featuring former VOIVOD bassist/vocalist Eric Forrest, guitarist Bryan Donahue (formerly of HOMICIDE) and guitarist/drum programmer Dan Lauzon (formerly of ENTROPY), have reportedly inked a deal with French label Season Of Mist Records (MAYHEM, NECROPHAGIA, AGRESSOR, CARPATHIAN FOREST). The group's debut album is expected to surface later in the year. In related news, the upcoming PROJECT: FAILING FLESH CD, "A Beautiful Sickness", to which Forrest has contributed lead vocals, has been recorded and is currently being mixed by Kevin 131 (WHILE HEAVEN WEPT, GARDEN OF SHADOWS, BRAVE, DYSRHYTHMIA) at Assembly Line Studios in Virginia. A limited edition version will be out in early spring with a national release expected in summer through a yet-to-be-determined label.
The complete track listing for "A Beautiful Sickness" is as follows:
01. A Beautiful Sickness
02. Planet Dead
03. 9mm Movie
04. Scene of the Crime
05. Entrance Wound
06. Long Silent Voices
07. Dementia Pugilistica
08. Taste of the Lie
09. Highwire Act
10. Warhead (VENOM cover)
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