CHAINFIST: New Song Available For Streaming

"Mass Frustration", a brand new song from the Denmark-based groove metal band CHAINFIST, can be streamed using the SoundCloud player below. The track was recorded at Six String Studios with Søren Jensen and was mixed and mastered by Jacob Hansen at Hansen Studios.

CHAINFIST, which recently signed a worldwide management deal with Germany's Rock N Growl Management, consists of the following musicians: Jackie Petersen (vocals), Michael Kopietz (guitar), Thomas Hvisel (guitar), Jesper Heidelbach (drums) and Braca Pedersen (bass).

CHAINFIST is currently recording its second, as-yet-untitled album for a late 2012 release. The new material is described in a press release as "stronger, heavier and even more melodic than the songs on the band's debut CD, "Black Out Sunday'."

"Black Out Sunday" was released in October 2010 via SAOL/H'art/Zebralution. The CD featured a guest appearance by guitarist Jakob "Batten" Hansen from ILLDISPOSED.


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