S.O.S.: New Song Available For Streaming
"Part Of The Disease", a brand new song from S.O.S., the new band featuring current and former members of TERROR, HATEBREED, AGNOSTIC FRONT and TRAPPED UNDER ICE, can be streamed at Stereokiller.com. The track comes off the group's debut EP, "I Owe You Nothing", on June 21 in Europe via Good Fight Entertainment. The CD was recorded over several New York winter days with Dean Baltulonis, a producer and engineer who has been involved with some of the genre's most iconic recordings. The result is "a concise, tried-and-true, no-frills hardcore EP," according to a press release.
Scott Vogel (TERROR) - Vocals
Chris Beattie (HATEBREED) - Bass
Matt Henderson (AGNOSTIC FRONT, MADBALL) - Guitar
Nick Jett (TERROR) - Drums
Sam Trapkin (TRAPPED UNDER ICE) - Guitar
"I Owe You Nothing" track listing:
01. Decontrol (intro)
02. Keep Me Outside
03. Part Of The Disease
04. The Hard Truth
05. I Owe You Nothing
06. Never A Brother
07. Choking On Dust
There will also be a vinyl version through Reaper Records.
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/soshclives.
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