BALD DAISY: Audio Preview Available Online

BALD DAISY, the "dark/ambient narcotic metal band" led by former NEUROTICA guitarist Shawn Bowen, have posted a preview of their debut album, titled "Ethereality", at their official web site.

"Ethereality" features artwork by Bowen and was recorded using a "brainwave synchronizer" which is "an effect that spatially cycles stereo sounds in a manner that, when listened to in stereo headphones, can alter the listener's state of awareness," according to an official press release.

"Ethereality" track listing:

01. Tight Legs
02. Fortune (mp3)
03. Waking Up (mp3)
04. Convalesce
05. OCD
06. ADD
07. Swing The Gate
08. Panthalassa
09. Incubus Hatchling
10. Shine
11. …Only 29 Days 'Till
12. Memento Mori
13. Godparty (mp3)
14. The Bone Church

"Ethereality" will be released through Ides of March.


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