SCAR FOR LIFE, the new Portuguese project led by Alex S (VYRUZ, REDSTAINS), will release its self-titled debut album in September. "Creating songs from the most vitriolic, groovy assaults to soft acoustic pieces, this project seems to embrace all the influences that make it emotional and powerful," according to a press release. "Always with a penchant for memorable hooks and vocal melodies. Alex S. picked Rez (NSPERFECT) for singing duties, a soulful rock singer with a unique delivery. On session drumming will be omnipresent Daniel Cardoso (HEAD CONTROL SYSTEM, etc), who nowadays needs no further presentation. Additionally, Dinho (NEW MECHANICA; former REDSTAINS singer) was invited for some of the more aggressive vocal parts."
"Scar For Life" was recorded in June/ July at UltraSoundSystem studio with Daniel Cardoso handling the mixing duties. According to Alex, "each track is like a recollection of something that was already lived, a sound memory. Ethereal, melancholy, deep and touching, vehicled in a varied and layered taste, yet always intertwined with a strong heavy riff drive, hard indeed it will be not to be scarred by this adventurous new project."
For more information, including samples iof group's demo recordings, visit www.myspace.com/scarforlifeband.
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