PROJECT: FAILING FLESH Begin Writing New Material

PROJECT: FAILING FLESH, the new group featuring former VOIVOD/current E-FORCE bassist/vocalist Eric Forrest, Kevin 131 (GARDEN OF SHADOWS, TWISTED TOWER DIRE, BRAVE, WHILE HEAVEN WEPT) and Tim Gutierrez (instruments), have finished writing eight songs for what will become their second full-length CD. Songtitles include:

01. Through the Broken Lens
02. The Conjoined
03. Hand That You've Been Dealt
04. Second Impact Syndrome
05. Unsight Unseen
06. Eve of Demise
07. Motionless
08. Last Act of Treachery

These songs (as well as a few others that are still in work stages) will be recorded throughout the upcoming year and will probably see the light of day at some reasonable point after the band's debut ("A Beautiful Sickness") is released through Karmageddon Media on May 31, 2004. Once again the band will be self-producing and tracking at Assembly Line Studios in Virginia.

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