DEADWALK Releases Video Teaser

Montreal based hardcore/metal outfit DEADWALK, which now features
ex-TOO PURE TO DIE frontmanGreg Kepka, has released a video teaser for its new album, "Scandalous". The group has also debuted two new tracks from CD on MySpace.

"With this record we wanted to find a solid mix of modern hardcore and brutal breakdowns. We basically wrote an album that we as a band would want to listen to," commented Kepka. "By keeping it short and sweet we also don't let the album wind down so the intensity keeps going up and up over the course of the disc’s 10 tracks. We hope to basically thrust ourselves into the limelight with this record and prove to people that DEADWALK is still something to be reckoned with!"

DEADWALK's debut album, "Scandalous", was recorded at Red Dusk Studio with producer Mat Laperle (BLIND WITNESS) and features a guest appearance by STICK TO YOUR GUNS frontman Jesse Barnett on the track "Frailty". The album is scheduled for a November 24, 2009, release through Year of the Sun Records.

DEADWALK has been creating a name for themselves as one of Canada's premier hardcore/metal acts for the past two years with the group's independently released EP "Powerhouse". Their energetic live show and cement heavy breakdowns have landed them opportunities to play with everyone from hardcore warriors EMMURE, BRING ME THE HORIZON and ELYSIA, to some of metal’s fastest rising acts including ION DISSONANCE and BURY YOUR DEAD.


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