JUGGERNAUT: Debut Album Details Revealed

Rome, Italy-based band JUGGERNAUT will release its debut album, "...Where Mountains Walk", in November via Subsound Records. The CD was recorded, engineered and mixed by Valerio Fisik at HombreLobo studio in Rome and was mastered by Riccardo Pasini at Studio 73 in Ravenna. The artwork was created by Fabio Paciulli.

The track listing is as follows:

01. Of Snakes and Men
02. Flamingoes
03. Seven Companions and an Empty Chair
04. Ghostface
05. A Fish Called Atlantis
06. Nailscratched
07. Day of the Dances
08. Thank You for not Discussing the Outside World
09. The Bridge and the Shepherd
10. Diario

The CD features guest appearances by the following musicians:

* Marco Soellner (KLIMT 1918)
* Jimmy Bax and Valerio Fisik (INFERNO)
* Andrea Mancianti, Filippo Di Domenico, Giulio Maschio and Lorenzo Gabriele (ZEITLET X-EMBLE)

Commented the band: "We tried to mix flavors of Mediterranean music with grains of metal and hardcore grown on a gray field of doom. Devotion for having things down to a fine art suggested us a careful work of arrangement and filing, so that violence of form could contain a more refined expressivity, giving space to ethnic instruments and original colors. The results we got were extremely rabid and wistful works, dust and snow, overshadowing mountains and the ocean scent."

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/thejuggernautband.


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