GHOST MACHINERY: Audio Samples Of Entire New Album Available
Finnish melodic metallers GHOST MACHINERY will release their second album, "Out For Blood", in Europe on August 27 and in North America on October 5 via Germany's Limb Music. The cover artwork (see below) was designed by Rainer Kalwitz, who has previously worked with such artists as METAL CHURCH, SHADOW GALLERY, PRAYING MANTIS and DARE.
"Out For Blood" track listing (audio sample of each track included):
01. Face Of Evil
02. Out For Blood
03. Guilty (feat. guest solo from Olaf Lenk of AT VANCE)
04. Blood From Stone
05. Name Remains In History
06. Fortune Teller
07. Lost In Time
08. Sentenced To Life (In Paradise)
09. Mask Of Madness
10. Eternal Damnation
11. Send Me An Angel (BLACKFOOT cover)
GHOST MACHINERY last year recruited Taage Laiho (KILPI, ALTARIA) as the band's new vocalist.
Laiho sang on two ALTARIA albums — "Divinity" and "The Fallen Empire" — and he also took part in an extensive European tour with the band in 2006.
Formed in 2002 by Pete Ahonen (BURNING POINT), GHOST MACHINERY released its debut album, "Haunting Remains", in December 2004. Since then, the band has been very active behind the scenes and the guys in the group have been in and out from the studio recording the second GHOST MACHNERY CD, "Out for Blood". Taage was able to put his "mark" on the record with his great singing as well as his lyrics.
GHOST MACHINERY is:
Taage Laiho (KILPI, ALTARIA) - Vocals
Pete Ahonen (BURNING POINT, STARGAZERY) - Guitar
Mikko Myllylä (KING'S RUIN) - Guitar
Sami Nyman - Bass
Jussi Ontero (BURNING POINT, KING'S RUIN) - Drums, Keyboards
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