THE RED CHORD: New Song Posted Online
Massachusetts-based metal/grind band THE RED CHORD have uploaded a new song, entitled "Antman", at this location.
"Antman" comes off the group's sophomore full-length album, "Clients", due on May 17 via Metal Blade/Black Market Activities Records.
"We're extremely excited to see how everyone is going to react to the 'Clients' disc," the band write in a press release. "We'll be putting up a new track in the upcoming weeks and possibly recording a video for the track 'Lay the Tarp' sometime in February/March. It's a very different album than [2002's] 'Fused Together in Revolving Doors'. I personally think it's a lot heavier and angrier, but we'll let you judge for yourself. Thanks to [producer] Zeuss [HATEBREED, SHADOWS FALL] for pushing us in the studio and extra special thanks to Nate from PREMONITIONS OF WAR/DEAD WATER DROWNING for coming out and doing some guest vocals.
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