Redlands, California-based hardcore/metal act xDEATHSTARx have inked a deal with Facedown Records. The band will enter Trax East Studios in South River, NJ in May with producer Eric Rachel (ATREYU, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, GOD FORBID) to begin recording their Facedown debut for an August release.xDEATHSTARx opened the floodgates in summer of 2002 after releasing their five-song demo, "Beware of the xDeathstarx", in 2003. The energy of their live performance and brutal musical style has put them at the forefront of the already booming So-Cal hardcore scene. Blending the sounds of AT THE GATES, DISEMBODIED, and HATEBREED, with lyrics that mirror their philosophy of positive living and heart-felt scene experience, their anthems are undeniably fierce, and so is their vision. xDEATHSTARx will be appearing at Facedown Fest and the New England Metal And Hardcore Festival. They will also be playing on Jesse James' "Monster Garage" on Monday, March 27. For more information, visit www.myspace.com/xdeathstarx.
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