EXPERIMENT FEAR: New Song Available For Download

EXPERIMENT FEAR, the band which spawned guitar god Jeff Loomis (NEVERMORE), have returned after a lengthy sabbatical to "claim their place among death metal's elite," according to an official press release. Shortly after the release of their critically acclaimed 1995 album, "Assuming The God Form", the band went their separate ways, but have now reformed to finish the brutally sophisticated work that they started.

An MP3 of "Upstroke", taken from their 2004 demo, is available for download at www.dcarecordings.com in the "Sounds" section.

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