PRONG Records BLACK FLAG, BAD BRAINS, THE SISTERS OF MERCY Classics For Covers Album

PRONG Records BLACK FLAG, BAD BRAINS, THE SISTERS OF MERCY Classics For Covers Album

PRONG recently spent a week at a studio in Berlin, Germany recording an album of covers, to be released via the band's own label.

According to PRONG mainman Tommy Victor, the following songs were scheduled to be laid down during the sessions:

* BLACK FLAG - "The Bars"
* BAD BRAINS - "Banned In D.C."
* ADOLESCENTS - "Kids Of The Black Hole"
* THE SISTERS OF MERCY - "Vision Thing"
* KILLING JOKE - "Seeing Red"
* HÜSKER DÜ - Everything Falls Apart
* NEIL YOUNG - Cortez The Killer

PRONG's latest release, "Ruining Lives", came out earlier this year via SPV/Steamhammer.

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The band will take part in SLIPKNOT's Knotfest on October 25 in San Bernardino, California.

PRONG recently completed filming a video for the song "Remove, Separate Self", taken from "Ruining Lives". Brian Cox and Marcelo Palomino directed the clip.

SPV/Steamhammer released a new digital single of "Remove, Separate Self". There are two versions of the single, which was made available on September 12. The seven-inch single will be released on October 24. The standard version of the single will include the following tracks:

01. Remove, Separate Self (album version)
02. "Separate Self, Remove" inspired by and created from "Remove, Separate Self" by PRONG (Matt Heafy de-mix)

Comments TRIVIUM's Matt Heafy about the "de-mix" he created: "With 'Remove, Separate Self', I was initially engulfed by hints of images and characteristics of a futuristic, dystopian world. Whether that was the initial intent of the piece or it was meant to be something entirely different, that became the feeling I kept coming back to. Perhaps with the main line — the title itself — the idea of 'separating yourself' made me think of unplugging oneself from something larger; whether metaphorically from an old way of life or literally in some sort of mecha-future. The idea was to take it one step further, to take the song itself, components of it, and a few secret ingredients, and create that world a little further that I imagined in the first place.

"Sometimes 'remixes' do it right, but I wanted to take a completely different approach to what people think a 'remix' is in the first place, even one's idea of what a song should sound like."

The exclusive iTunes edition of the single features a bonus track, which is a version of "Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck". This song was taken from PRONG's "Unleashed In The West - Official Bootleg".

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