SHOK PARIS Debuts New Songs At Cleveland Show

Cleveland metallers SHOK PARIS debuted seven new songs during their November 19, 2010 headlining concert at the Maple Grove in Maple Heights, Ohio.

The band will enter Noise Floor Studios in Cleveland with engineer Mark Klein (BREAKER) early next year to complete work on its forthcoming album, "Décharge Électrique", due out in 2011 on Auburn Records. It will be SHOK PARIS' first release of new studio material since 1989's "Concrete Killers".

"It will probably take a couple of months to really get all the new material together and ready for the studio due to everyone's availability," says SHOK PARIS guitarist and main songwriter Ken Erb. "The ones we have worked out so far came together really well and I think we should have a killer album. I am thinking I'd like to have 20 songs ready to give us a good variety to choose from. I really want this release to be what should have been the follow-up to 'Steel And Starlight'."

SHOK PARIS' setlist for the Maple Heights concert:

01. Battle Cry
02. On Your Feet
03. Concerte Killers
04. Caged Tiger
05. Hot On Your Heels
06. Darkened Highway *
07. Take You Away *
08. Never Say Why
09. Go For The Throat
10. Décharge Électrique *
11. Do Or Die *
12. American Dream
13. Find A Way Out
14. Hell Day *
15. Set The World On Fire *
16. Burn It Down
17. Go Down Fighting
18. Full Metal Jacket *
19. Run But Don't Hide

* New songs

SHOK PARIS reunited in 2009 with a new lineup to perform at the Auburn Records 25th Anniversary Concert. The band still features core members and main songwriters Ken Erb on guitar and Hix on vocals.


Vic Hix - Vocals
Ken Erb - Guitar
John Korzekwa - Guitar
Ed Stephens - Bass
Donovan Kenaga – Drums


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