Former MORTA SKULD Members Resurface In MS2
Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based MS2, featuring former members of the acclaimed death metal act MORTA SKULD, have completed work on a brand new three-song demo and are seeking a label deal with a view towards releasing the group's debut album next year.
Consisting of Andrew Broas (vocals), Dave Gregor (guitar/vocals), Jason Hellman (bass samples/vocals), and Ed Wallner (drums), MS2's sound retains the crushing heaviness of Gregor's former outfit while incorporating a lot more melody into the proceedings, a factor that has apparently already helped the group land on several radio stations in Wisconsin, including Lazer 103 (Milwaukee), Rock 102.1 (Milwaukee), Razor 94.7 (Green Bay), and Solid Rock 94.1 WJJO (Madison).
The songs featured on the demo are as follows:
03. Multiple Faces
For more information, write to [email protected] or visit the band's official web site at this location.
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