NAME: New Song Posted Online

California's NAME (a.k.a. NEW APPROACH TO MARTYRS EXPRESSIONS) has posted the new track "Empathic Communicator, Part II: Beebee (Conscious Incompetence)" from the band's Lifeforce Records debut, "Internet Killed The Audio Star", due out February 16, 2010 in North America and April 19 in Europe.

Commented the group: "'Empathic Communicator, Part II: Beebee (Conscious Incompetence)' is the second chapter to a four-part song. Why are we throwing you right in the middle of it, you ask? Because we can, I would assume that was a pretty obvious answer."

NAME will appear on their local Bay Area radio station KYOU on Sunday, December 6 between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. PST answering questions about the new record and playing a couple songs from "Internet Killed The Audio Star".

For those of you that don't live in the Bay Area, you can listen to the show live via the Internet at

Founded in 2003 by brothers Wes and Jeremy Fareas, the NEW APPROACH TO MARTYRS EXPRESSIONS is an amalgam of experimental tech metal, grindcore, ambient sounds, freeform jazz, blues, cultural world music, an odd sense of humor, and maniacal mood swings. Known for its chaotic energy, NAME breathes vivid new life onto the stage. NAME steps out of the confines of the expected, swearing to the sense of bedlam in art that is currently left abandoned. "Music isn't supposed to be safe, it's meant to catapult you into a risky situation," said Wes. "We want to revive danger in art. We're trying to show that as much as possible."

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