Dallas, Texas-based band JACKNIFE has inked a deal with Battle Flag Records for the release of its sophomore album, "A Plague of People", tentatively due mid-summer. The CD was recorded at Skyline Studios in the band's hometown with the help of Sterling Winfield and Tim "Timmy Tooth" Kimsey, who have more than 20 years of recording, mixing, producing, and engineering experience. In addition to recently engineering Vinnie Paul Abbott's HELLYEAH project, Winfield has worked with PANTERA, DAMAGEPLAN, NICKELBACK, PISSING RAZORS, KING DIAMOND and MERCYFUL FATE, among many others. Tim Kimsey, who is currently mixing and mastering the album, has worked with PANTERA, Vanilla Ice, Steve Perry, Paula Abdul, and has won a Grammy for Kirk Franklin's "The Nu Nation Project".
JACKNIFE's debut album, "Moment of Reckoning", was released in 2005 by Zero-Sum Records, the now-defunct label founded by then-DROWNING POOL, DAMAGEPLAN and LOSA manager Paul Bassman and Chris Paluska, then-manager of LOSA and former tour manager for DAMAGEPLAN.
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