Ex-FEAR FACTORY Guitarist Guests On ENDRONE Debut
ENDRONE, the Hollywood, CA-based rock/metal act, have completed work on their debut album, "The Sins Within", for a late spring release. The CD was produced by Logan Mader (ex-MACHINE HEAD, SOULFLY) and features a special guest guitar appearance by Dino Cazares (ex-FEAR FACTORY) on the title track.
"The Sins Within" track listing:
02. The Sins Within (feat. Dino Cazares)
03. I Admire
04. Sadistic Play
07. Broken Eyes
09. Last Time
10. Emotion Sickness
11. Bleed You
Check out the album's first single, "Dreamscape", at this location.
ENDRONE will be playing on April 21 at the Roxy in Hollywood, to be followed by a gig at Brick By Brick in San Diego on April 22. The band also recently became endorsed by Halo Guitars, which is one the sponsors for the upcoming special event "666 A Night of Evil", taking place on June 6 at the Whisky A Go-Go. Also appearing on the bill are SKUMLOVE and Sacramento's own DECONSTRUCT (featuring guitarist Joe Fraulob of DANZIG).
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