40 BELOW SUMMER: Two New Songs Available For Streaming

"Bottom Feeder" and "My Name Is Vengeance", two brand new songs from New Jersey-based metallers 40 BELOW SUMMER, can be streamed below. Both tracks will appear on the group's upcoming sixth album, "Fire At Zero Gravity", due in 2013 via as-yet-undetermined label.

"Fire At Zero Gravity" was recorded at the band's studio, Illegitimate Production, in Union City. Video footage from the recording sessions can be seen below.

40 BELOW SUMMER will be interviewed next Thursday, November 1 on WSOU 89.5 FM radio station in South Orange, New Jersey beginning around 7:00 p.m. EST. The band will discuss "Fire At Zero Gravity", and the December 1 CD-release show at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville.

To listen to the program live via the Internet, go to www.wsou.net.

40 BELOW SUMMER's last effort, "The Last Dance", was released on October 31, 2006 via Crash Music Inc., the now-defunct independent Phoenix-based hard rock and heavy metal label.


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