VINDIKATION Finalize Track Listing For Debut CD, Full Song Available For Download

VINDIKATION, the new band featuring former STEEL PROPHET members Jim Williams (guitar) and Karl Rosqvist (drums), vocalist Jason McCrarey (SANCTUS) and keyboardist Rob Rampley (WINDS DIED DOWN), have finished mixing and mastering their debut release, "Chamber of Discontent", with engineer Erik Norlander (AYREON, LANA LANE). The recording features "a unique combination of progressive metal music, death metal vocals and industrial keyboards & samples," according to an official press release. Track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. Astral Projector
02. Broken Glass Reflection
03. Tides of Time
04. Heretic Mindset
05. Asleep
06. Searching for Anything Real
07. One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue
08. Intensify
09. Critical Dimension
10. Forever Again

"Chamber of Discontent" is set for a summer 2004 release. More information, sound samples and one complete song are available for download at www.vindikation.com.

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