VEINGLORY: Ex-DEVILDRIVER Guitarist's New Band Returns To Recording Studio
VEINGLORY, the new Santa Barbara, California-based band featuring former DEVILDRIVER guitarist Evan Pitts, have been busy back in the studio since the end of last week recording three new tracks with producer Mikey Doling (ABLOOM, ex-SNOT, SOULFLY). The new recordings have nearly been completed and will be mixed in the next few days.
VEINGLORY's three-song April 2005 demo (also produced by Doling) is currently available for download from the group's official web site, Veinglory.tk. The tracks featured on the demo are "Far From It", "War of Mind" and "Torment Within".
Upcoming VEINGLORY shows:
Jun. 19 - Menehunes - Isla Vista, CA
Jul. 07 - Velvet Jones - Santa Barbara, CA
Jul. 29 - Velvet Jones - Santa Barbara, CA
Jul. 30 - Menehunes - Isla Vista, CA
Dan Bellinger (drums)
Evan Pitts (vocals, guitar)
Josh Hattem (bass, vocals)
Jussi Karvinen (guitar)
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