Former BROKEN HOPE Members Launch INCIVISM

INCIVISM, the new band formed by former BROKEN HOPE guitarist Brian Griffin and bassist Sean Baxter, have posted three full-length MP3s via their official web site at the following locations:

01. Irradicate The Fake
02. My World
03. Committed To Flames

The three cuts were culled from a pre-production demo for the group's upcoming full-length debut, entitled Voluntary Exile, which is currently being recorded at Brian's Quali-Tone Studios for a tentative 2003 release. According to the band, the CD will feature 10 tracks of "aggressive death metal attack with a dual vocal approach," handled by both Griffin and Baxter, with the former taking care of all songwriting duties and the latter switching from bass to guitar, his original instrument of choice.

For more information, write to Brian at [email protected] or Sean at [email protected]


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