I LEGION, the international project led by Frederic Riverin, is back in the studio for its second album. It is the follow-up to "Beyond Darkness", which featured a cast of metal superstars, including Björn "Speed" Strid (SOILWORK), Jon Howard (THREAT SIGNAL), Chris Clancy (MUTINY WITHIN), Andy James (SACRED MOTHER TONGUE), Angel Vivaldi (VEXT), Peter Wichers (ex-SOILWORK), and Brandon Jacobs (MUTINY WITHIN). The effort was met with great reviews and chatter among the metal community.
The success of "Beyond Darkness" has allowed Riverin to create the sophomore I LEGION album with yet another all-star cast, including Strid, Howard, Clancy, Ashe Austin O'Hara (TESSERACT), Bekki Friesen (DOMENICA), and Sabine Scherer (DEADLOCK). Also appearing on the new CD will be Angel Vivaldi, Jake Kiley (STRUNG OUT), Pacal "Paco" Jobin (THE AGONIST), Sebastian Reichl (DEADLOCK), and Nate Rendon.
I LEGION has launched a fundraisinging campaign seeking help from fans so they can see this album through its finish and deliver yet another metal masterpiece. Donating fans have multiple options for their generosity, including a song mixed by Chris Clancy, a vocal guest appearance by Jon Howard, and a guitar lesson with Angel Vivaldi.
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