THE BONDAGE CORPORATION, the Danish rocka rolla side-project of RAUNCHY guitarist Lars Christensen, have posted two full-length MP3s recorded three weeks ago at this location. Also available for download from RAUNCHY's web site are the track "I Get What I See" from the band's excellent "Confusion Bay" CD, and the group's cover of WHAM's "Last Christmas". Check them out by clicking here.
As previously reported, RAUNCHY are planning on entering the studio next summer to begin recording their third album. A late 2005 release through Nuclear Blast Records is expected.
RAUNCHY, who recently replaced singer Lars Vognstrup with Kasper Thomsen, released their sophomore album, "Confusion Bay", last March through Nuclear Blast. The follow-up to 2002's highly acclaimed "Velvet Noise" was recorded and mixed at producer Jacob Hansen's (INVOCATOR) Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmark.
RAUNCHY's final concert of 2004 will take place at Pumpehuset in Copenhagen, Denmark on December 18. Other acts set to perform at the show include VOLBEAT, SUTRAPUMO, CLEMENS and TJES BOOGIE.
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