MALADAPTIVE Featuring DRAGONFORCE Bassist: New Song Posted Online

MALADAPTIVE, the French metal band featuring DRAGONFORCE bassist Frédéric Leclercq on guitar, has uploaded a new song, "Quarantine", on its MySpace page. The group recorded the track along with two other songs in demo form to gauge interest from record labels while continuing work on material for its debut album, as well as working on live dates for 2010.

The group is currently taking advantage of DRAGONFORCE's downtime to bounce back after laying low for several months.

MALADAPTIVE was formed by Frédéric Leclercq, Pierre-Emmanuel Pélisson (bass, CIVILIZATION ONE, ex-HEAVENLY) and Maxence Pilo (drums, ex-HEAVENLY). The trio was later joined by Nicklaus Minier (CIVILIZATION ONE, ex-DECLINE OF HUMANITY) on guitar and more recently by Arno Strobl on vocals (ex-CARNIVAL IN COAL).


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