LIFE AS A GHOST Signs With EULOGY RECORDINGS
Long Island, New York-based post-hardcore band LIFE AS A GHOST — which consists of former members of BELA KISS, DR. ACULA and THE WORLD WE KNEW — has inked a deal with Eulogy Recordings. The group will enter the studio in January with producer Eliot Gellar (THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD, MOVING MOUNTAINS) to begin recording its new album for an early spring release.
LIFE AS A GHOST has been furiously and meticulously writing music ever since their conception in late 2009. The band's veteran sound is unheard of for a group that's been playing music together for under a year. They created an initial buzz with the release of their first song, "Evolution; The Beholder", on February 10, 2010, which drew an unprecedented amount of excitement toward the new project.
LIFE AS A GHOST currently has two pre-production tracks up on its MySpace page displaying a unique style of progressive hardcore reminiscent of OCEANA, OH SLEEPER and FOR TODAY.
LIFE AS A GHOST is:
Nick Prainito - Vocals
Greg Delgenio - Drums
Nick Viscovich - Guitar
Mike Compitello - Guitar
Tom Colello - Bass
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