TIWANAKU Completing Work On Debut Demo

TIWANAKU, the new band featuring former CRIMSON GLORY/SEVEN WITCHES vocalist Wade Black, ex-NOCTURNUS bassist Emo Mowery and ICED EARTH/ex-DEATH drummer Richard Christy, are putting the finishing touches on a four-song demo at a studio in Florida. "It is about 90% done," Mowery told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "It has taken longer than expected due to our crazy, music, work, and family schedules. I think it will be well worth the wait!! The demo has already exceeded our expectations across the board!!! Wade and I have been working very good together writing and blending our vocal styles. Richard Christy and [ROB ROCK guitarist] Rick Renstrom are both totally fucking smokin' on this stuff!!"

The songs featured on the CD are as follows:

01. Illusion
02. Magnacore
03. Shockwaves
04. What If

TIWANAKU, who are currently unsigned, will be using the demo to procure a record deal with a view toward releasing their debut album in early 2004.

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