Philadelphia-based extreme metal act SINGLE BULLET THEORY have launched a search for a permanent drummer. Interested parties should e-mail their information as well as an MP3 of their playing to [email protected]
SINGLE BULLET THEORY are currently in pre-production for their forthcoming disc, "Behind Eyes Of Hatred", which is set to feature Matt Thompson of KING DIAMOND behind the kit. The CD will be engineered and mixed by James Murphy (TESTAMENT, DEATH, OBITUARY) during the months of March and April at Angry Chair Recordings in Glenside, Pennsylvania.
"Behind Eyes Of Hatred" projected track listing:
01. In Sequence
02. I of the Enemy
03. Hollowed Out
04. The Hurt That Never Ends
05. One Bullet
06. Cold as Stone
09. A View From Nowhere
10. Badlands (METAL CHURCH cover)
In addition, the album will contain two more as-yet-untitled tracks.
SINGLE BULLET THEORY signed to Crash Music Inc. in December 2002 and recently finished a five-week U.S. trek with KING DIAMOND and ENTOMBED. The band features in its ranks former PISSING RAZORS guitarist Matt Difabio and ex-SEVEN WITCHES bassist Bill Mez.
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