HOPE FOR THE DYING To Release 'Dissimulation' in April
Jonesboro, Illinois-based Christian "progressive shred metal" band HOPE FOR THE DYING will release its new album, "Dissimulation", on April 26 via Facedown Records. The CD was mixed by Brian Hood of 456 Recordings (A PLEA FOR PURGING, BEFORE THERE WAS ROSALYN) in Huntsville, Alabama.
A track from the album, "Transcend", is available for streaming on the group's Facebook page.
HOPE FOR THE DYING guitarist James Houseman recently stated about the band's new material, "This is definitely the most ambitious music we've written to date. When we were writing for the last album, the process was so spread out, and then at the end we were just rushing to finish up a couple more songs, I think we felt like the album kind of suffered a little bit and didn't have the 'flow' that we would have liked."
Added guitarist Jack Daniels, "This is by far the most complex music we've ever made. We're trying lots of new things and we couldn't be more excited about how things have been going."
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