SHEAVY: New Album Nearing Completion

St. John's, Newfoundland "stoner" rockers SHEAVY have issued the following update:

"The new album, entitled 'The Machine That Won the War', is nearing the final stages of completion. It looks as though it should be back from manufacturing by mid-June and available shortly thereafter. [Here] is a preview of of the cover art courteusy of Eliran Kantor. Right now it looks as though there will be two versions. One will contain a bonus DVD consisting of a live performance we did in St. John's in March. The other version will be CD only."

"The Machine That Won the War" track listing:

01. One Of Us Must be Dead
02. Aboard the Mothership
03. Rings of Saturn
04. Demon Soldiers
05. Dawn of the Black Orchid
06. Humanoid
07. The Dark Carnival
08. Lords of Radiation
09. Here Falls the Shadow
10. The Sleeping Assassin
11. Where Earth Meets Sky
12. The Gunfighters

SHEAVY's last album, "Republic?", came out in 2005 via Rise Above Records.

SHEAVY last year announced the addition of guitarist Tommy Boland to the group's ranks. A live DVD, entitled "Sheavy at the Masonic Temple", was filmed on May 10, 2005 at the Masonic Temple Ballroom in St. John's.


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