Former NIGHTSHADE Drummer Teams Up With Ex-BLOODGOOD Guitarist In SCREAMS OF ANGELS
Former NIGHTSHADE/HEIR APPARENT drummer Jeffrey McCormack has changed his career path... instead of tearing up the drum kit, he's chosen instead to be in front of the stage as lead vocalist for a new band called SCREAMS OF ANGELS. The brainchild of McCormack and former BLOODGOOD/RED REIGN guitarist extraordinaire Craig Church, SCREAMS OF ANGELS is now nearly finished with pre-production on its debut album, "Into the Warzone". The CD will be completed in August 2008 and released early 2009.
"I think the songs are turning out amazingly well," says McCormack. "Craig is a brilliant guitarist and an exceptional songwriter, and things just gelled right from the start. Hopefully the metal fans will enjoy hearing it as much as we have enjoyed creating it!"
Pre-production versions of five of the album's songs can be heard at the SCREAMS OF ANGELS MySpace page.
SCREAMS OF ANGELS is:
Jeffrey McCormack: Vocals / Keys
Craig Church: Guitar
Alex Church: Guitar
Juan Van Dunk: Bass
Jeff Allen: Drums
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