Toronto-based metallers WARMACHINE have posted the following message on their official web site:"Because we are currently 'free agents' we decided to hit the studio last month and bang out four brand new songs. So we've uploaded one of these demo tracks that will eventually end up on our upcoming second album. It is entitled 'Battle' and is only going to be streamable for a little while. So give it a listen and let us know what you think!!" Check out the song www.myspace.com/warmachine. WARMACHINE's January 20 show at The Underground in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada was filmed for an upcoming live DVD. More information will be made available soon. WARMACHINE's debut album, "The Beginning of the End", was released last year in North America via Nightmare Records. "The Beginning of the End" features a guest appearance on three tracks ("Betrayed", "Empty" and "Taunted Souls") by former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson.
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