PITCH BLACK FORECAST (formerly ABSENTEE), the band featuring vocalist Jason "J." Popson (MUSHROOMHEAD, IN COLD BLOOD, Fractured Transmitter Records), Gene Hoglan (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DEATH, DARK ANGEL, TESTAMENT), guitarist Robert Reinard and bassist Craig Martini, has uploaded two more songs — "So Low" and "Breathe Now" — to its MySpace page. Like the previously released track "Atonement", the new cuts come off the group's demo, which was written and recorded in nine days at Mars Recording Studio with engineer Bill Korecky.PITCH BLACK FORECAST (under the ABSENTEE moniker) previously recorded a cover of the MELVINS track "Revolve" for the MELVINS tribute album "We Reach: The Music of the Melvins", which came out in August 2005 via Fractured Transmitter Records. Jason Popson left MUSHROOMHEAD in late 2004 and has since been replaced by Waylon Reavis.
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