Ex-FEAR FACTORY Guitarist Produces New E-RACE Demo

Taft, California-based E-RACE (i.e. ELECTRONIC RACE) recently completed work on a new four-song demo, entitled The Electronic Race, with former FEAR FACTORY guitarist Dino Cazares in the producer's chair. The effort was tracked at Plan-A Studios in Los Angeles, California and was co-produced and engineered by PROFESSIONAL MURDER MUSIC frontman Roman Marisak. At present, the offering is being mixed and is expected to be made available by August 24th.

The complete track listing for the demo is as follows:

01 Invisible (feat. Jason Miller of GODHEAD)
02 Fingers Crossed
03 Blush
04 Gollashes

In other news, E-RACE will be performing at the Krabfest radio festival on Saturday, August 25th in Bakersfield, California. Also scheduled to appear at the event are DEADSY, KITTIE, TOMMY LEE, BREAKING BENJAMIN, and UNWRITTEN LAW, among others.

For more information, visit the band's official web site at this location.


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