STILL DEAD: New EP Out Now

STILL DEAD, the Salem, Oregon-based metal band featuring drummer Kyle Castronovo (son of JOURNEY's Deen Castronovo), has just released a new EP, entitled "Sharon the American Glory". Audio samples from the independently issued CD are available on the group's MySpace page.

STILL DEAD will open for WEDNESDAY 13 at the Satyricon in Portland on February 16. They will also support 36 CRAZYFISTS on February 22 at Rock n Roll Pizza.

Regarding the group's sound and lyrical inpiration, STILL DEAD vocalist Tauren Black previously told the Salem Monthly, "There's influences in anything we like — horror movies, serial killers and bands, of course. When I write, it's about things I'm intrigued by or things that give me the same feeling or effect I would get if I was watching a horror movie. That same reaction or response is what I would get from listening to this music."

STILL DEAD has previously opened for such bands as 36 CRAZYFISTS, GOD FORBID, GOATWHORE, ARSIS, THE HUMAN ABSTRACT, AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE, GODHEAD and ANKLA.

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