WARMACHINE To Perform Live On CKMS' "Space In Your Face"
Up-and-coming Canadian metal act WARMACHINE will be performing a live concert broadcast on CKMS' metal radio show Space In Your Face on Thursday, June 27th from 10:00 PM - Midnight Eastern Time (originating from Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario on 100.3 FM). The performance will also be broadcast over the Internet. For more information on how to tune into the webcast (and to check out the radio show each week), go to this location.
As previously reported, WARMACHINE have been collaborating with former MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson on the material for the band's debut album, for which a label deal has not yet been secured. Dave will reportedly be co-producing the CD with Murray Daigle, who had worked with the group on a previous recording, and may also use his connections to help the quartet land a recording agreement with one of the larger independent metal labels.
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