INTRONAUT: 'Void' To Receive European Release Via LIFEFORCE RECORDS

California-based progressive metal/rock band INTRONAUT — featuring drummer Danny Walker (formerly of California grinders UPHILL BATTLE), Sacha Dunable (ex-guitarist for L.A. doomsters ANUBIS RISING) and Leon del Muerte (former IMPALED guitarist/EXHUMED bassist) on guitars and vocals, and bassist Joe Lester — will release its new album, "Void", in Europe on November 17 through Lifeforce Records (via a licensing deal with Goodfellow Records). The European version of "Void" will contain an exclusive bonus track.

"Void" was recorded at Shiva Industries (ABYSMAL DAWN, WINTERTHRALL, NOCTUARY, EYES OF FIRE, DREAMS OF DAMNATION) with John Haddad. The album was mastered by Alan Douches (MASTODON, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, MISFITS, RUN DMC, CLUTCH, BAD BRAINS, etc.) at West West Side Music. The CD was released in the U.S. by Goodfellow Records on August 22.


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