South Africa's FOREVER WILL BURN Releases New Single

FOREVER WILL BURN, the Cape Town, South Africa-based metalcore band with melodic death metal influences, has made its new single, "Hell Is Six Feet Deep", available for streaming at The track comes off the group's self-titled debut album, due on December 8 via Witchdoctor Records.

Recorded and produced by Shaughn Pieterse and FOREVER WILL BURN at Witchdoctor Studios in South Africa and mixed and mastered at Damage Studios in Boston, MA by Peter Rutcho, Ken Susi (UNEARTH) and Derek Kerswell (SEEMLESS), "Forever Will Burn" features the band's new vocalist Louis Henn alongside Joe Mullin (guitar), Andreas Smit (guitar), Wallace Warner (bass) and Alastair Pursch (drums). A full South African tour is being planned for December 2006. A second single will be released a week before the album goes on sale.

FOREVER WILL BURN has played alongside bands such as SEPULTURA, ENTOMBED, MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD, KONKHRA and SOULFLY, to name but a few.

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