PITCH BLACK FORECAST: New Performance Footage Posted Online
Multi-camera video footage of PITCH BLACK FORECAST — the project featuring vocalist Jason "J" Popson (MUSHROOMHEAD, IN COLD BLOOD, Fractured Transmitter Records), drummer Gene Hoglan (FEAR FACTORY, DETHKLOK, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, DEATH, DARK ANGEL, TESTAMENT), guitarist Robert Reinard (NDE), bassist Steve Rauckhorst (INTEGRITY, KERATOMA) and guitarist Tom Shaffner (KERATOMA) — performing live at Peabody's in Cleveland, Ohio on November 5, 2010 as the support act for THE DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT can be viewed below.
PITCH BLACK FORECAST's sophomore album is tentatively due early next year. The CD will feature such tracks as "As The World Burns" and "Open Letter To God", both of which the band has been playing during recent concerts.
PITCH BLACK FORECAST's debut album, "Absentee", was released in May 2008 through Fractured Transmitter. The CD was mixed with Bill Korecky at Mars Recording Studio and featured guest appearances from Randall Blythe (LAMB OF GOD) and Human Furnace (RINGWORM).
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