Los Angeles-based metal band RESISTANCE has finished mixing its second release for Lion Music, entitled "Patents of Control". "The entire album sounds killer and we are all very happy with the outcome," the group writes on its web site. "Neil Kernon [NEVERMORE, DEICIDE, CANNIBAL CORPSE] has done an outstanding job of bringing all of the elements together. We are not sure of the actual release date yet but we will let all of you know as soon as we find out."In other news, RESISTANCE has a couple of shows lined up with STATIC-X, OTEP and W.A.S.P. in June and July. A list of upcoming dates can be found at this location. Tracks from RESISTANCE's first album, "Lies in Black", can be heard on the band's MySpace page. RESISTANCE recently announced the addition of former HIRAX guitarist Dave Watson to the group's ranks. According to a press release, "Dave comes to RESISTANCE with a wealth of experience and a ferocious playing style well suited to their brand of metal."
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