SILENT CIVILIAN: Former SPINESHANK Singer's New Band Post Music Online
SILENT CIVILIAN, the new band featuring former SPINESHANK vocalist Jonny Santos, have posted the tracks "Rebirth of the Temple", "The Song Remains Un-Named", "Divided", and "Falling Down", from their forthcoming debut album, "Rebirth of the Temple", at their MysSpace.com page. Check out the songs at this location.
"Rebirth of the Temple" is scheduled for release on March 21 via Mediaskare. The CD was recorded at Undercity Recordings with former MACHINE HEAD/SOULFLY guitarist Logan Mader producing and mixing. The title track will serve as the first single from the album, with an accompanying video being shot the weekend of January 15 in the Los Angeles area with director Scott Culver (YELLOWCARD, HIT THE LIGHTS, MIKOTO). The concept for the video is an ode to the glory days of old-school thrash metal.
"Rebirth of the Temple" track listing:
01. Intro - A Call to Arms
03. The Song Remains Un-Named
04. Rebirth of the Temple
06. Bitter Pill
07. Force Fed
08. Lies in the House of Shame
10. Dead to Me
11. Blood Red Sky
12. Falling Down
13. Live Again
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