E-RACE To Record New Demo

Bakersfield, California-based hard rock sextet E-RACE will be entering the studio this weekend with producers Jason Miller and The Method (vocalist and bassist/programmer of GODHEAD, respectively) to record a new demo. The session is set to take place at Silvercloud Studios in Burbank, California, the same locale where GODHEAD are currently putting the finishing touches on the follow-up to their 2001 major label debut, "2000 Years of Human Error".

Miller, who previously sang guest vocals on E-RACE's last demo, "The Electronic Race" (produced by former FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares), has become a mentor as of late to the band, guiding them down music industry roads and giving insight during their travels.

In other news, E-RACE provided music for bonus footage on the newly-released 9th Anniversary Collector's Edition of "Traces of Death".

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