THE BOMBS OF ENDURING FREEDOM To Release Debut In October
THE BOMBS OF ENDURING FREEDOM, the new project launched by former EWIGKEIT mainman James Fogarty, will release its debut self-titled album on October 12 exclusively via the band's web site. According to a press release, the CD will come as "strictly limited edition," limited to 665 "slightly less evil" copies and will include a warning "not for patriotic rednecks", due to its extensive criticism of the Bush administration, the "war on terror" and american foreign policy in general. The music is described as being "of a industrial and ambient metal/rock nature with a penchant in relaying current world and political affairs as portrayed in the ever-present media. An underground music scene's answer to CNN..."
A short video advertisement with clips of the forthcoming album's content can be viewed at YouTube.
THE BOMBS OF ENDURING FREEDOM mainman is James Fogarty, who ended his EWIGKEIT project after the last two albums ("Radio Ixtlan" and "Conspiritus") were released on Earache Records. After burning all his previous record contracts and systematically reclaiming all his previous material, he launched the new project.
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