HENCEFORTH: New Demo Songs Posted Online

Brazilian progressive metal band HENCEFORTH, which features former SHAAMAN members Hugo (guitar) and Luis Mariutti (bass; also ex-ANGRA and presently a member of ex-SHAAMAN/ANGRA singer Andr Matos' backing band), has posted demo versions of two new songs on its MySpace page. Check out the tracks "Worn Out" and "Darker Times Ahead" at this location. Both cuts are expected to appear on HENCEFORTH's forthcoming second album, which will be recorded in July for a late 2008 release.

Issued in 2005, HENCEFORTH's self-titled debut album is available in the U.S. for the first time via Melodic Revolution. The CD features a guest appearance by Matos in the track "I.Q.U.".

Video footage of HENCEFORTH performing live in Santo Andr, SP, Brazil in February 2006 can be viewed below.


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