HEMLOCK: New Song Posted Online

A new HEMLOCK track, entitled "Red Sky Revolution", has been posted on the group's MySpace page. The song comes off the Las Vegas, Nevada-based metallers' upcoming album, "No Time For Sorrow", which is scheduled for release on March 18 on Blind Prophecy Records. The CD was recorded with engineer Eddy Garcia (PISSING RAZORS).

HEMLOCK is currently doing warm-up shows in the Midwest before joining MINISTRY and MESHUGGAH on the C-U-La-Tour from March to May.

According to a press release, HEMLOCK "is a heavy and brutal onslaught of metal with an arsenal of catchy lyrics, creative breakdowns and melodic hooks. [The band] considers their real home to be on the road, continuing to carve a name for themselves in the underground. They have toured with the likes of SLAYER, HATEBREED, SOULFLY, OTEP, SLIPKNOT, LAMB OF GOD, DISTURBED, OBITUARY, CHIMAIRA, DROWNING POOL, HED(P.E.), SYSTEM OF A DOWN, SHADOWS FALL, SNOT, DEVILDRIVER, SEPULTURA, EXODUS, SEVENDUST, ARCH ENEMY and several more. Touring eight to nine months a years, HEMLOCK has done regional headlining tours in the Southwest and has also toured across the U.S. several times."

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