COLDSEED Featuring SOILWORK Singer, Ex-BLIND GUARDIAN Drummer: Audio Available
COLDSEED, the new project featuring SOILWORK vocalist Björn "Speed" Strid and former BLIND GUARDIAN/current SAVAGE CIRCUS drummer Thomen Stauch, have uploaded rough-mix audio samples of two tracks from their upcoming debut album. Check out the songs "Democracy Lesson" (mp3) and "On My Way" (mp3).
Commented Stauch, "Keep in mind that the songs are still not the final mix, but they sound already pretty nice and still good in 96 kbps! In the next weeks, we will work still on the design for the [band's official web] page, like COLDSEED logo etc...and there will be 1-2 more songs uploaded for your headbanger ears!!!"
Strid had previously described COLDSEED's music as "a mixture between RAMMSTEIN and ALICE IN CHAINS." The group are scheduled to mix their debut CD in late September for a tentative early 2006 release.
For more information, visit www.coldseed.com.
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