THE HUMAN CONDITION Prepare To Record Full-Length Debut

THE HUMAN CONDITION, the Arizona-based band featuring former SACRED REICH guitarist Wiley Arnett, have completed pre-production on 10 new songs and will begin recording their first full-length record this summer. The band's last show before recording will take place on May 26 at Bull Dogz, located at 5510 W. Camelback Road in Glendale, AZ.

In the meantime, THE HUMAN CONDITION are continuing to receive "very positive feedback" for their "The Means" six-song EP, which was released last year, according to a posting on the group's web site.

The current THE HUMAN CONDITION lineup — Arnett, Ry (vocals), Twitty (bass) and Muley (drums) — has been in existence since March 2004 and "represents the mixing of diverse influences" such as "old-school, hardcore, thrash metal and jazz." More information is available at


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