SEVENDUST's Clint Lowery will be the featured co-songwriter on four songs on the forthcoming sophomore album from the Massachusetts-based band HALF PAST MY SIN. In addition, HALF PAST MY SIN has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help cover the cost of finishing the record and touring.
Entitled "4:44", HALF PAST MY SIN's new CD will also feature guest appearances by SHADOWS FALL drummer Jason Bittner, RA guitarist Ben Carroll and original HALF PAST MY SIN bassist Dan Zavadil. The effort "will redefine [HALF PAST MY SIN's] sound and direction in modern hard rock music," according to a press release. "With strong melodic presences and driving beats, HALF PAST MY SIN will find a place with fans of bands like SEVENDUST, DISTURBED and DROWNING POOL, to name a few."
A raw demo clip can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
In 2008, HALF PAST MY SIN toured the United States as the support act for THE DREAMING, featuring former STABBING WESTWARD singer Chris Hall.
For more information, visit www.halfpastmysin.com.
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