PROJECT: FAILING FLESH Begins Mixing New Album

PROJECT: FAILING FLESH, the 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), is continuing work on its third LP, titled "Count Back From Ten". According to Tim, "The tracking is now finished and Kevin has started mixing as time allows. So release shouldn't be too far off. But who knows what that means in P:FF time!

"Eric did his vocals a few months ago before returning to France but was just recently back in North America again over the past week or so with E-FORCE for some Canada shows in Montreal and Toronto (supporting the mighty SACRIFICE). Also within the last month, Loston Harris once again made the trek to Assembly Line Studios to play/finish additional keyboards on the album. He's played on the past two albums as well so he's like the fourth member at this point.

"Anyway... in our opinion, all is sounding great with the album and we are anxious to get it mixed, mastered, and out there for people to finally hear.

"Stay tuned for updates, artwork, and sound samples."

"Count Back From Ten" projected track listing:

01. Count Back From Ten
02. White Light Response
03. Inanimate Objects
04. The Potential To…
05. Patient Zero
06. The Void Between Skin and Bone
07. Percussion Fracture
08. Irrelevant Thoughts (PRONG cover)
09. Lose Lose Situation
10. Cadence
11. All Truth Is Temporary

PROJECT: FAILING FLESH's second album, "The Conjoined", was released in March 2007 via Greece's Burning Star Records. The CD was issued as a digipack, featuring artwork by Martin Saavedra and Spina Studios.

PROJECT: FAILING FLESH's debut CD, "A Beautiful Sickness", came out in the U.S. in early 2005 via Candlelight Records USA.


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