SWITCHED: 'Ghosts In The Machine' Two-Disc Collection Detailed

Corporate Punishment Records has set a January 10, 2006 release date for SWITCHED's "Ghosts in the Machine", a two-disc rarities, b-sides, and demos collection featuring 11 new, unreleased SWITCHED demo tracks initially recorded for the band's sophomore Immortal release. In addition to the new tracks, "Ghosts in the Machine" will also feature demo versions of several tracks from the band's 2001 debut, "Subject to Change", as well as other unreleased tracks and rarities, including the now out-of -print "Spread Your" EP, as well as deluxe packaging and liner notes from the band.

"Empty Promises", the first single from "Ghosts in the Machine", is currently available as a featured download on AOL Music's featured downloads page. You can find it online at this location, or AOL users can find it at Keyword: Music, under Songs/Free Downloads.

In other news, SWITCHED will be doing some limited touring in support of "Ghosts in the Machine", starting with a February CD-release show in Cleveland. The definite lineup will consist of vocalist Ben Schigel, guitarists Joe Schigel and BC Kochmit, and bassist Josh Jansen (replacing Corey Lowery, who left to jooin DARK NEW DAY), who also plays in Kochmit's current vehicle, TINJEN. There is no official word if drummer Chad Szeliga, currently recording his first LP as the drummer for BREAKING BENJAMIN, will be available for any of the shows.

"Ghosts in the Machine" track listing:

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Disc One:

01. Save Myself
02. Like Suicide
03. Empty Promises
04. Shattered
05. Who Feels
06. I’m Falling
07. Circles
08. Travel On
09. Drowning
10. Into Disaster
11. Memories of You

Disc Two:

01. Spread (demo)
02. Inside (demo)
03. Skins (demo)
04. Wrong Side (demo)
05. Anymore (demo)
06. Darkening Days (demo)
07. Last Chance (demo)
08. She Blinded Me With Science (demo)
09. Anymore (Live)
10. Religions (Live)
11. Ten Dead Fingers (Live)
12. Four Walls (Live)


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