Former MACHINE HEAD/SOULFLY Guitarist Revises Solo Demo

Former SOULFLY/MACHINE HEAD/MEDICATION guitarist Logan Mader has revised the track listing for his recently completed rock demo, where he performs lead vocals. The recording, which was produced by Mader, is now being shopped with three tracks as opposed to four.

The new track listing is as follows:

01. Wounded
02. Hold On
03. Home Again

The revisions on the demo include: a new outro for "Hold On" and the removal of the track "Away". Former MEDICATION guitarist Blunt is collaborating with Logan on this project, which bears little resemblance to Mader's past recorded efforts. In other news, Logan is also shopping an electronic demo called BLUE, which he produced. The demo, which features Logan alongside Lati Grobman, includes the following cuts: "Open Up Your Mind", "Join the Party" and "A Place in France".


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