ION DISSONANCE: Another New Song Posted Online

Montreal-based quintet ION DISSONANCE is preparing to release its third album, "Minus the Herd", on June 5. To give fans a taste of the new CD, the band has posted another new song, entitled "Of Me...Nobody Is Safe", on its MySpace page.

The follow-up to 2005's "Solace", "Minus the Herd" was produced by Zeuss (SHADOWS FALL, HATEBREED) and will feaure artwork by Paul Romano (MASTODON, TRIVIUM, CHIODOS).

ION DISSONANCE recently shot a video for "Kneel" with director Andrew DeYoung (CHIODOS, SCARS OF TOMORROW) that will be serviced to major outlets for airplay at the time of the album's release.

ION DISSONANCE has been added to the massive full U.S. Summer Slaughter Tour that features NECROPHAGIST, DECAPITATED, CEPHALIC CARNAGE, CATTLE DECAPITATION, AS BLOOD RUNS BLACK and more.

For a list of upcoming shows, click here.


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