REBELANGELS, the new California-based project formed by ex-MARDUK members Legion (a.k.a. Erik Hagsted, vocals) and B.War (bass), have uploaded two tracks from their recently four-song pre-production demo. Check out the tracks "Fly Again" and "Throw Me to the Wolves" at this location.The demo, which was recorded at Endarker studio in Norrköping, Sweden, features a guest appearance by session drummer Kleist from the band BREWMASTER. The group's official drummer, whose identity has yet to be revealed, has a contract to fullfil and will join the band for the recording of the album. Other songs that were recorded during the session were "Savage Kind of Grace" and "Lesser Innocence". REBELANGELS were recently joined by a guitarist by the name of Jimmy, whose playing style is said to be "heavily influenced" by James Hetfield, "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott and Zakk Wylde. Legion and B.War had previously described REBELANGELS as "a dark, heavy rock band with big heavy riffing and normal, raw vocals."
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