GONEMAD: New Album 'Subtle' Available Now

GONEMAD, the South Florida-based band featuring PRO-PAIN members JC Dwyer (drums) and Marshall Stephens (guitar), has released its fourth album, "Subtle". The CD is available online at Amazon.com, Napster and Rhapsody.

"Subtle" track listing:

01. Last Week
02. Sorrow Can Swim
03. Simple Shove
04. Pure
05. Beefneck
06. Free
07. Ya Got It
08. Bulldozerbutterfly
09. Please Admit It
10. Spoonfed

Since its formation in 1996, GONEMAD has successfully completed many tours of the East Coast, initiating a loyal core of fans and continually spreading its sound throughout the heavy music scene.

Paving the way for "Subtle" were the band's previous releases, "Planet 9", "Curse the Day", "Step Up" and "Impact".

For more information, visit www.gonemad896.com.

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