A brand-new THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX track, entitled "The Destroyer", is available for download from MeteorCity.com.
"The Destroyer" comes off the group's just-released new album, "3", available on MeteorCity Records.
THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX's first two albums and "Spit Blood" EP inspired a rabid worldwide fanbase, garnering nods from Fox Sports Net, Warren Haynes (GOVT. MULE/ALLMAN BROTHERS), MTV's "The Real World", and CLUTCH, who invited BITCHWAX on tour in 2001. But the band was continually prevented from taking their combustive live show on the road, leaving drummer Keith Ackerman (ex-SOLACE) and bassist/singer Chris Kosnik (ex-GODSPEED) homebound and frustrated, due to guitarist Ed Mundell's obligations with MONSTER MAGNET, his other band.
In mid-2003, Ackerman and Kosnik parted ways with Mundell. Finn Ryan, ex-singer/guitarist of Atlantic artists CORE, was enlisted soon after for a series of American and European tours. The band played over seventy gigs with Ryan in 2004, determined to gel as a unit before entering Trax East Studios (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, GOD FORBID, SOLACE) to record "3".
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