GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna is featured as a drummer on the forthcoming release of a 1992 demo recording by Massachusetts-based power metallers MELIAH RAGE.
Titled "Unfinished Business" (view artwork here), the original recording was never officially released and was initially used for shopping purposes following the group's split with Epic Records, who issued the band's first two full-length efforts, 1988's "Kill To Survive" and 1990's "Solitary Solitude".
The complete track listing for the "Unfinished Business" is as follows:
01. Mind Stalk
02. Moment Of Silence
04. Decade Dreams
06. Possessing Judgment
07. Violent Force
08. Season To Kill
To download a one-minute sample of "Mind Stalk", click here.
"Unfinished Business", which features Erna's sole recordings with MELIAH RAGE as the group's drummer, is tentatively due to be released before the end of the year through Screaming Ferret Wreckords.
MELIAH RAGE, who released an album titled "Death Valley Dream" through Backstreet Records in 1996, are currently working on a new studio album, due in late 2003 through Ferret Wreckords.
For more information on MELIAH RAGE, visit the group's official web site at this location.
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