I EXIST: Video Teaser For New Album Posted Online

Australia's I EXIST has posted a video teaser for its forthcoming release, "II: The Broken Passage", due out January 31 in North America and February 6 and February 10 in the U.K. and rest of Europe, respectively, on Lost Shepherd/Prosthetic Records. The CD was made available in Australia last summer via Resist Records.

The seven-piece band recorded "II: The Broken Passage" at Melbourne's Goatsound Studios with American producer Billy Anderson, whose credits include SLEEP's "Holy Mountain" and EYEHATEGOD's "Dopesick", both hugely influential records for the band, as well as albums for groups as diverse as the MELVINS, JAWBREAKER, HIGH ON FIRE, SICK OF IT ALL and ACID KING.

I EXIST toured Australia last year with DOOMRIDERS and expect to hit North America and Europe later in 2012.


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