Following the completion of their eagerly anticipated new album "Cannibalised", UK metallers BIOMECHANICAL have confirmed a fresh lineup with the exciting addition of ex-DRAGONFORCE bass player Adrian Lambert.Commented frontman John K: "It's no secret that it's a bit of a bitch to find good bass players and I was thrilled when Adrian contacted me. I also had people from Europe and the UK applying for the job and some of them were of very high standards. But after checking Adrian's playing I realized the logical next step would be to welcome him to the band!" Adrian, who played bass on the last two DRAGONFORCE albums, has a fast and furious bass style that matches BIOMECHANICAL perfectly and he appears equally thrilled about joining the band at this stage. He states: "It's really exciting to be playing with a world-class act like BIOMECHANICAL. I've been into the band since I got 'The Empires of the Worlds' album back when I was still playing in DRAGONFORCE, so it's quite incredible for me to be playing with BIOMECHANICAL now. John K's assembled an insanely talented new lineup — he's had to get the best because of the complexity and scope of the new album 'Cannibalised'." Commenting further on the band's third album, which is set for a February 2008 release date, Adrian states: 'You've got the bombastic film score stuff, you've got the crushing extreme metal riffs and solos... Hell, you've even got some heart-breaking vocal melodies in there as well as John's trademark screams! I think there's more of a groove to this album than 'Eight Moons' and 'Empires....' but it's also even more extreme and brutal than previous releases. I feel that BIOMECHANICAL are breaking a lot of boundaries with 'Cannibalised' and I'm proud to be a part of the team taking this album out on the road'. If you can't wait to hear the ear-bleeding sound of "Cannibalised", you can check out an advance track at this location.
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