SOCIETY 1 has enlisted Logan Mader (MACHINE HEAD, SOULFLY, GOJIRA, CAVALERA CONSPIRACY) at Darth Mader Music to mix and master the band's new EP, "Screams Of A Sadist". The group's first collection of entirely new material in seven years will see SOCIETY 1 returning to its industrial metal roots as well as adding a few surprises.
"The music is powerful and the guys are great to work with," said Logan.
After the mixing is complete, SOCIETY 1 will begin editing its new video for the song "Lifeless".
"The plan has always been to get some new music created, shoot a video then get back on the road for a few runs," the band said. "We felt as if we really needed to show people the band is back to its full capacity and see what happens before deciding how we will release the rest of the EP."
After a seven-year hiatus, SOCIETY 1 has already done a few strings of dates outside of its home base of Los Angeles.
"It's all coming together," said SOCIETY 1 guitarist Brian Jackson. "It's been a great process and being able to work with Logan Mader at the end of it all has been a great experience. We hope to work with him more in the future."
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