GHOST MACHINE Preparing To Record New Album

GHOST MACHINE, the band featuring FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH frontman Ivan Moody alongside ex-CLAY PEOPLE guitarist John Stevens and former MOTOGRATER drummer Chris "Crispy" Binns, is preparing to enter the studio to begin recording its third album, to be released in 2008.

Commented Stevens: "The new CD is written and ready for studio. It's the most incredible stuff I've ever been involved with or written. We have yet to choose from 33 tracks which ones are going to represent our lives at this time. It will be a double disc, with full band input as opposed to the last two releases being more of a directed out of my studio with Ivan. We are going to do full band rehearsals and get everyone involved. We are also looking at a few different producers to work with on many different songs to keep the sound vibrant, different and well rounded. The self-titled and 'Hypersensitive' albums were mainly produced by me, but this time we want to find more outside perspectives that have the same vision we do then see what happens with the end result."

GHOST MACHINE's second album, "Hypersensitive", is available on Corporate Punishment Records. The album was engineered and co-produced by Pete Murray (ULTRASPANK, LO-PRO) and draws from a wide range of influences, such as NINE INCH NAILS, THE CURE, PINK FLOYD, ALICE IN CHAINS, TOOL and MINISTRY.


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