OBSCENE GESTURE Featuring Former AGENT STEEL Members To Record Debut Album

OBSCENE GESTURE, the new Los Angeles-based band featuring Chuck Profus (AGENT STEEL) on drums, George Robb (AGENT STEEL, LSN, DETENTE) on bass, Vincent "Vinsident" Dennis (STEEL PROPHET, BODY COUNT) on guitar and Guy Green on vocals/guitar, is scheduled to begin recording its debut album the weekend of September 16 with producer Rob Hill (CYPRESS HILL, POWERMAN 5000, AGENT STEEL). According to the band, the album will contain "21 tracks of thrashing madness," including "Bullets Pays The Bills", "Masters Fall", "Crumbs", "Black and Blue" and "In The Name Of". The band, which is currently unsigned, has also been asked to appear on an upcoming hardcore compilation release.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/obscenegesture213.

(Thanks: Mario's Metal Mania)


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