RAUNCHY: FAITH NO MORE Cover Posted Online

Danish modern metallers RAUNCHY have uploaded their previously unreleased cover version of FAITH NO MORE's "From out of Nowhere" at this location. The song was originally recorded during the sessions for the band's latest CD, 2004's "Confusion Bay".

RAUNCHY are currently demoing material for their third album, tentatively due in early 2006 via an as-yet-undetermined label. The CD, which is scheduled to be recorded in July, will include the following songs, among others: "Hope Divider", "The Automation of Emotion", "Days Forever", "This City We Ride", "Hysteria Burn", "Farewell to Devotion", "The Dark Hush", "Phantoms", "I Will Avenge", "Rise Phoenix Rise" and "Red are the Flames of Hell".

RAUNCHY split with Nuclear Blast Records in January after releasing two albums through the label (2002's "Velvet Noise" and "Confusion Bay"). The upcoming CD will mark the recording debut with the group of new singer Kasper Thomsen, who replaced Lars Vognstrup last year.


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