SOIL, Ex-BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, THE UNION UNDERGROUND Members Join Forces In INTO THE FIRE

SOIL, Ex-BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, THE UNION UNDERGROUND Members Join Forces In INTO THE FIRE

SOIL members Tim King (bass) and Adam Zadel (guitar) have joined forces with vocalist Bryan Scott (THE UNION UNDERGROUND, CULT TO FOLLOW) and drummer Craig Nunenmacher (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, CROWBAR) in a new band called INTO THE FIRE.

The first two songs from INTO THE FIRE, "Spit You Out" and "From The Medicine", can be sampled in the YouTube clip below. The tracks produced, engineered and mixed by Bryan Scott and mastered by James Murphy.

INTO THE FIRE is currently shooting a video for its first single, "Spit You Out", and planning an EP release for the fall.

INTO THE FIRE is:

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Bryan Scott (THE UNION UNDERGROUND, CULT TO FOLLOW): Vocals
Tim King (SOIL): Bass
Adam Zadel (SOIL): Guitar
Craig Nunenmacher (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, CROWBAR): Drums

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