U.K. hardcore act OCTOBER FILE has announced the addition of drummer John Watt. The band is currently working on material for its new album, entitled "Holy Armour from the Jaws of God". The follow-up to last year's "Hallowed be thy Army" EP may include a special guest appearance on vocals by KILLING JOKE's Jaz Coleman (subject to availability). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "My Magnificent Circus", "Religion?", "Friendly Fire", "Hallowed Be Thy Army", "Another Day" and "A Munitions Crusade". A summer release via Candlelight Records is expected.OCTOBER FILE recently posted its video for the song "Hallowed be thy Army" on the band's MySpace page.
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