NIGHTSHADE: Unofficial Trailer For Debut Album Available

NIGHTSHADE, the new project featuring former USURPER guitarist Rick Scythe, has released an "unofficial" promo trailer for its forthcoming debut album, "Autumnal Equinox". Watch the clip below.

NIGHTSHADE will release "Autumnal Equinox" on Halloween through Sempiternal Productions. It will be made available as a 13-song full-length CD plus DVD complete with promo videos, a photo gallery, interviews and more. The 13 audio tracks will also be available to download through iTunes, Amazon, MySpace and other Internet outlets.

NIGHTSHADE's current touring lineup consists of Scythe (guitar, vocals), Mr. Faust (strings, lead guitar and organs), DanYell (keys and organ), Naughty Norty (bass; SHALLOW GRAVE, SATANIC SYMPHONY) and Timedeus (drums).


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