Texas progressive metal act KRUCIBLE has posted two new demo songs featuring the band's new vocalist Lance King (AVIAN, SHINING STAR, ex-PYRAMAZE, BALANCE OF POWER). Check out the tracks "Reborn" and "Intentions" at the official KRUCIBLE MySpace page.
KRUCIBLE is in the process of composing new material that should be performed in the upcoming shows in the summer, followed by tentative recording sessions of their album. The band plans to have their debut released by early to mid 2008. "Our new material is much more mature than before, heavier and a little more proggy. I'm sure Lance will contribute to make the songs the best we've written yet," explains Shane DuBose.
"We're so excited to have Lance in KRUCIBLE now, I can't even describe it," states Shane DuBose, the band's bassist. Shane, who has previously been in established metal acts such as OUTWORLD, STRIDE and CEA SERIN, has known Lance for a while and sees him as the perfect frontman for KRUCIBLE. "We all are big fans of Lance's previous work on his projects and having him in the band means the world to us," he adds.
KRUCIBLE is confirmed to take part in Houston's Texas Madfest, which will take place July 13-14, 2007 at club FBI in Houston.
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