MADBALL: Québec City Concert Photos Available

CKRL 89.1 FM metal radio show "Démentièllement Vôtre" has posted a number of live pictures of MADBALL taken on July 13, 2007 at l'Anti in Québec City, Canada. Check them out at this location.

Another new MADBALL track, entitled "We the People", was recently posted on the band's MySpace page. The song comes off the New York City hardcore legends' upcoming album, "Infiltrate the System", due on August 21 in the U.S. on Ferret Music (in Europe on I Scream, in South America on Liberation, in Australia on Resist). Check out the cover artwork at this location.

"Infiltrate the System" is the follow up to 2005's "Legacy", a critically acclaimed album that received feature coverage in Revolver, Decibel, and Metal Maniacs.

Formed when Cricien was in his early teens, MADBALL has been one of the driving forces of hardcore in recent years delivering anthemic, touchstone albums such as "Demonstrate My Style" (1996) and "Set It Off" (1994).


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