GRIP INC.: Previously Unrelased Song From 1997 Posted Online

A previously unreleased GRIP INC. song from 1997, entitled "Bittersweet", has been posted on the MySpace page of the group's former bassist Jason VieBrooks.

GRIP INC.'s fourth studio album, "Incorporated" (which doesn't feature VieBrooks), was released in March 2004 through SPV Records. The follow-up to 1999's "Solidify" was recorded and mixed at Woodhouse studios in Hagen, Germany and was produced by the group's guitarist, Waldemar Sorychta (THE GATHERING, LACUNA COIL, SENTENCED, MOONSPELL).

GRIP INC.'s lineup also included SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo and vocalist Gus Chambers.

VieBrooks is currently a member of THE ALLKNOWING, a new Ohio-based band which recently completed work on its debut album, "Ours for the Taking". The CD contains a cover of MOTÖRHEAD's "Ace of Spades", with a guest vocal spot from the late Jared Anderson (ex-MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL).

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