RESISTANCE: New Song Posted Online
Los Angeles metallers RESISTANCE have posted a new song, entitled "Inhumanation", on their MySpace page. The track comes off the group's forthcoming album, "Patents of Control", which is scheduled for release on October 19 via Lion Music.
According to a press release, "Patents of Control" is a concept album which was recorded at Desert Moon Studios in Anaheim, California, with engineer Patrick Miller. The mix was handled by renowned producer Neil Kernon (QUEENSRŸCHE, NEVERMORE, NILE) at Rax Trax Studio in Chicago Illinois. The CD was mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music, NJ.
The track "Paternal Shift" features a guest solo from Jim Durkin (DARK ANGEL) and a guest vocal performance from Loana D.P. Valencia (DREAMS OF DAMNATION) as the voice of The Group Order Device (G.O.D.)
"Patents of Control" track listing:
02. End of Today
03. Ashes of Tomorrow
04. One Nation Under G.O.D. (Group Order Device)
05. Confessions of The Black Heart
06. Paternal Shift
07. Cerebral Screams
09. The Cleansing
10. The Alpha and The Omega
11. Mirrors Black
RESISTANCE will be support SONATA ARCTICA at the Key Club in Hollywood, California on September 16.
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