TOBY KNAPP: 'Misanthropy Divine' To Be Released In Europe With Bonus Tracks

Former ONWARD guitarist Toby Knapp (see photo below) will have his solo album, "Misanthropy Divine" (originally self-released in April of this year in limited quantities), issued in Europe on Rock It Up Records with a bonus track not included on the original version. The exact release date will be announced soon.

"Misanthropy Divine" includes four vocal tracks featuring Dean Sternberg (also of WITHINANOTHER; former touring vocalist for INTO ETERNITY) and four instrumental tracks. All instruments on the CD were played by Knapp.

"Misanthropy Divine" track listing:

01. Misanthropy Divine
02. Flies
03. Entity Unseen
04. Dreaming The Microplex
05. Shut Down
06. The Forlorn
07. Rhinecliff Bridge
08. The Movement of Things

Knapp recently joined GODLESS RISING, the band led by former VITAL REMAINS vocalist Jeff Gruslin.

ONWARD officially split up in June 2003 following a parting-of-the-ways with the band's record label, Century Media Records.


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