Canadian metal/hardcore band INNER SURGE's 2004 album "Matrika" has been re-issued by Cyclone Records through online retailers and is now available on Napster and Sony Connect. Rated in the Top 10 of 2004 by Punkcanada.net and a 10/10 by Space Junkies magazine, the album was well received by music critics.Along with re-releasing "Matrika", INNER SURGE has been heavily promoting its new album, the 2006 Cyclone Records release "Signals Screaming", which had two of its tracks hit the Podsafe network's top 10 in September while being played on over 60 podcasts for the month in total. One of the tracks, "Retribution Song", has been gaining popularity, partially due to its video release on web sites such as Google Video, MySpace.com and YouTube.com. The video and song is also part of the upcoming extreme sport DVD "Divided Aggression" being released by Phat Mountain Films later this year. "Signals Screaming" is also getting airplay at various radio and Internet radio stations such as Hard Beyond Driven, WGPR, iRadio LA, CFBX, and Insomnia Radio. INNER SURGE has also been chosen for inclusion on the upcoming Convergence Party Recordings benefit compilation called "Dismantle The Machinery: Songs of Audio Annihilation". Other artists included on the compilation include the BRAT ATTACK, RESISTENZA, THE MARTYR INDEX, DYING PROCESS, FUCK THE FACTS and the RENEGADES OF PUNK. Talks are also underway with Free Zen Productions to begin production on a music video for the upcoming single "Wolves".
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