Vocalist Chris Barretto (ex-PERIPHERY) of EVER FORTHRIGHT has recorded a cover of the STONE TEMPLE PILOTS classic "Wicked Garden" with New Jersey progressive death metallers THE BINARY CODE. The song has premiered exclusively at AOL's Noisecreep and can now be streamed below.

Guitarist Jesse Zuretti on choosing to cover an STP song: "STONE TEMPLE PILOTS are just as important, if not more important, than most of my metal influences when writing music. The chord vocabulary Dean DeLeo built with each album they put out blows my mind. More than any flashy, 32nd-note, legato-filled, eight-string guitar solo I've ever listened to."

THE BINARY CODE released the "Priest" EP in August of this year, supported by an East Coast tour with North Carolina-based VANISHER. In January and February they participated in the "Metal As Art" tour with REVOCATION and HYPNO5E. They will be appearing with SHADOWS FALL and THY WILL BE DONE on December 18 at Santo's Party House in New York City.


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