Christian Metallers SHINING FORCE Hard At Work On New Album

Pasadena, Texas-based Christian metal band SHINING FORCE has entered the studio with producer Mike Heald (of WARTORN and HELSTAR) to begin recording its new album, entitled "By the Blood". The group is currently in talks with several labels about releasing the CD, which promises to take SHINING FORCE "to a whole new level," according to a press release.

SHINING FORCE writes in its official bio: "We are a Christian metal band with a positive message. Don't be fooled, we don't play just rock 'n' roll, more like in-your-face metal. The band started in 1996 and has been going 'till now. We have had diffrent musicians, but two members hold it together and continue the vision. Billy Vaughn, guitarist and founder, [and] Randy Dickey, vocalist. The band has ministered in many places and has seen hundreds of souls won the the Kingdom of God. We have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many awesome bands such as DELIVERANCE, BLISSED, HEARTKEN and many more. Our goal is to win the lost and spread the word that Jesus is Lord. He heals today, and is the answer to all your problems."

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