Boston power thrashers SONIC PULSE, who feature in their ranks past and present members of RAZORMAZE, SKULL HAMMER, VINDICATOR, RAVAGE, SEAX and JADED, have inked a deal with Horror Pain Gore Death Productions. The band's debut album, "Lager Than Life", will be released on December 18 on 12-inch black vinyl.

SONIC PULSE's fusion of thrash and epic power metal was described in a recent review as "a cross between the beer-fuelled thrash metal of TANKARD and the finger-burning speedy power metal of DRAGONFORCE."

"Lager Than Life" track listing:

01. Sonic Pulse
02. Queen Of Beers
03. Bong Zombies
04. Eye Of The Beerholder
05. Demoniac Spell
06. Beyond The Back Hole
07. Adventure Time


Dan Hammer - Vocals
David R. Carlino - Guitar
Mick Mayer - Guitar
Lauren Cain Kowal - Bass
Joe Bollettiero – Drums

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