A BAND OF ORCS Recording New Album

A BAND OF ORCS, the fantasy-themed heavy metal band from Santa Cruz, California, has entered Trident Studios in Pacheco, California with producer Juan Urteaga (MACHINE HEAD) to begin recording their new concept album about killing giants. The artwork is being created by Chuck Lukacs.

Since most earthly establishments do not accept human blood as monetary payment, the ORCS are having humans help out with the process by means of a new campaign via the crowd-funding platform Kickstarter. The ORCS will reward the generosity of their human fans by including their names in the albums liner notes, giving away free album downloads, autographed albums, T-shirts, Orc miniatures, and more.

A BAND OF ORCS' debut EP, "Warchiefs Of The Apocalypse", was released on August 15, 2007.

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