ICEPICK, HATEBREED frontman Jamey Jasta's much-anticipated collaboration with SKARHEAD singer Lord Ezec, have set "Violent Epiphany" as the title of their upcoming debut album, tentatively due later in the year via Stillborn Records.
ICEPICK are currently in the studio with producer Zeuss (SHADOWS FALL, GOD FORBID) finishing up pre-production for the upcoming CD, according to an online posting by Jasta.
ICEPICK's track "Born to Crush You" was featured on the "UFC Ultimate Beatdowns Vol. 1 Metal" compilation, released last August through Nitrus Records. "Born to Crush You" and a new song, "Nothing Without Loyalty", can be heard at ICEPICK's MySpace.com page.
ICEPICK have plans to film a video for an as-yet-undisclosed track with acclaimed director Dale Resteghini (HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL, ALL THAT REMAINS). More details will be made available soon.
Upcoming ICEPICK shows:
Mar. 25 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza (w/ DROPKICK MURPHYS, H2O)
Mar. 26 - Brooklyn, NY @ Center Hall (Superbowl of Hardcore)
Apr. 23 – Worcester, MA @ New England Metal and Hardcore Festival
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