THE RED CHORD Singer To Guest On Boston's 107.3 WAAF
THE RED CHORD vocalist Guy Kozowyk will be guest hosting the "Harder Faster" radio program on 107.3 WAAF in Boston on Wednesday, June 23 between 11:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. "I will be spinning albums of my choice for the majority of the hour, giving away [Black Market Activities] and RED CHORD CDs and talking about tour plans and BMA happenings," Guy writes in an online posting.
THE RED CHORD will be playing the Harder Faster Festival on July 24 at the Palladium Downstairs in Worcester, MA. Also appearing will be MASTODON and SUFFOCATION, among others.
As previously reported, THE RED CHORD has officially inked a deal with Metal Blade/Black Market Activities Records. The band plan to record their next full-length album, entitled "Clients", later this year. The "Clients" disc will be the follow-up to the band's 2002 album, "Fused Together in Revolving Doors", out on Robotic Empire.
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