MADBALL Sign With THORP RECORDS, Complete Work On New EP

New York hardcore heavyweights MADBALL, whose curent lineup consists of Freddy Cricien on vocals, Hoya Roc on bass, Mitts (SKARHEAD, RAG MEN) on guitars, and Rigg Ross (SKARHEAD, ex-HATEBREED) on drums, have completed work on a new four-song EP, titled "NYHC", at Big Blue Meanie Studios in Hoboken, New Jersey for a January 27, 2004 release through Ohio's Thorp Records. Included on the CD will be three new songs and a new version of "Pride (Times Are Changing)", re-done in Spanish. The EP will also feature over twenty minutes of exclusive DVD/enhanced footage of the band in the studio and interviews with Freddy and Hoya.

As previously reported, MADBALL will be hitting the road on September 10 as part of "The Rise Of Brutality" tour. Also appearing on the bill are HATEBREED, TERROR, HATE ETERNAL and CEPHALIC CARNAGE.

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