Former CANCER Drummer Featured On NO LOVE LOST Mini-CD

Former CANCER drummer Carl Stokes is featured on the new mini-CD from the Birmingham, England-based gothic metal band NO LOVE LOST. Entitled "Submission & Seabound", the effort was recorded in October 2008 at Priory Recording Studios in Sutton Coldfield, England and was engineered and mixed by ESOTERIC's Greg Chandler and mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering. Joining Stokes and NO LOVE LOST mainman Adam Richardson (guitar, bass) for the recording was Sally Holliday (vocals).

To contact NO LOVE LOST, get in touch with Adam at [email protected]

For copies of "Submission & Seabound", send PayPal payment (£3 UK; £4 Europe; rest of world, ask for rates) to [email protected]

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