Former HIRAX, WHIPLASH Members Join Forces In UNCIVIL WAR

Former HIRAX, WHIPLASH Members Join Forces In UNCIVIL WAR

Ex-HIRAX guitarist Scott Owen has teamed up with former KREATOR, WHIPLASH and MASSACRE drummer Joe Cangelosi to launch a new band called UNCIVIL WAR. The group is rounded off by bassists Rich Day, formerly of WHIPLASH, and vocalist Patrick Lind, formerly of MORBID SAINT.

A teaser clip of the song "Sin" from UNCIVIL WAR's upcoming album, "Battle Ground", can be heard below.

"Sin" was produced and mixed by former JUNGLE ROT bassist Chris Wisco, a.k.a. Chris Djuricic, at his Studio One in Racine, Wisconsin and the drums were recorded by Mike Sim at Sim Studios in Brooklyn, New York.

UNCIVIL WAR recently completed three songs and is scheduled to re-enter the studio some time in late November.

"Battle Ground" is expected to arrive in 2020.

UNCIVIL WAR is:

Patrick Lind - Vocals
Scott Owen - Guitars
Rich Day - Bass
Joe Cangelosi - Drums

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