FRAMESHIFT: New Studio Report Posted Online

Shawn Gordon, president of ProgRock Records, has posted a new studio report on the progress of the recording sessions for the new FRAMESHIFT album, the progressive rock project written and produced by Henning Pauly of CHAIN. As previously reported, former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has been confirmed as a guest vocalist on the CD, entitled "Human Grain". FRAMESHIFT's debut album, "Unweaving the Rainbow", featured guest vocals by DREAM THEATER's James LaBrie. Gordon's latest posting follows:

"Doing the lead off track for the album today, 'Human Grain'. got a bit of a late start due to some logistics regarding vehicles. Recording is once again going super fast, and it's also sounding amazing. I listened to the first track we recorded yesterday about 30 times during my drive to and the from studio and it's just so killer. Henning and Sebastian had a very slick turbo session adjusting some of the lyrics earlier today to help it flow better, and while the changes are subtle, it really does make a difference, but what's really great is how well the two are working together. There is some serious screaming on this track, we had some fun doing the end of day video as well. Laying down all these harmonies with Sebastian has really been sounding cool too."

A new video report from the recording studio, featuring Bach, can be viewed at this location (Windows Media).


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