SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY have parted ways with Reprise Records following the disappointing sales performance of their full-length debut, Sonic Jihad (2000), and are currently seeking a new record deal. A three-song demo was recently recorded and is presently being shopped to interested labels with a view towards releasing the group's second album sometime in 2003.
The tracks featured on the demo are as follows:
01. Shut Up
03. Not Long For This World
In related news, REVENGE OF THE TRIADS, a new group featuring Jason Slater (SNAKE RIVER CONSPIRACY), Charlie Clouser (NINE INCH NAILS), Troy Van Leeuwen (A PERFECT CIRCLE), and Eddie Nappi (HANDSOME), are said to have inked a deal with San Diego, California's LMC Records for the release of their much-anticipated debut album, which is now not expected to surface before early 2003.
"I think the record will surprise everyone," Slater stated earlier in the year. "It ain't gonna be what you think it is, and that's all I can say about that. We all kinda come at it from different angles and it makes for some pretty cool music. All I can say for now is that it doesn't suck, and THE TRIAD will not let down."
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