FAKE IDOLS Sign With LIFEFORCE RECORDS
Italian hard rockers FAKE IDOLS have inked a deal with Lifeforce Records. The band's self-titled debut album is scheduled for a late April release. The CD was recorded at Raptor Studios and features a special guest appearance by CRUCIFIED BARBARA singer Mia Coldheart. According to a press release, the effort "will surely please anyone who loves great songs and killer riffs, showcasing a surprising attitude in rock songwriting with their original and catchy sound."
FAKE IDOLS was formed from the union of three well-known and recognized European bands in the hard rock/metal genre (who previously released two albums on Lifeforce Records), RAINTIME, SLOWMOTION APOCALYPSE and JAR OF BONES.
Some of the members of all three bands were united in their search for new sounds and decided to join forces in this promising new project, relying on their different backgrounds and different musical influences and styles in order to infuse their invaluable musical experiences over the years into the new album.
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