Former ATTACKER Singer Completes Recording 'Days Gone By' CD

The recording sessions for "Days Gone By", former ATTACKER vocalist Bob Mitchell's collection of remakes of classic-rock tracks from such artists as THE WHO, DEEP PURPLE and KROKUS, wrapped up on Saturday, December 27 at Digi-Force Studio in Bayonne, New Jersey. A photo shoot also took place, before the final recording stage, with the band's three core members — Bob Mitchell, bassist Mike LePond (SYMPHONY X) and guitarist Frank Oquendo (DENIM AND LEATHER). Mixing will commence after the New Year rolls in. Plans are also in the works for three videos to be filmed — for the songs "The Seeker", "Rain" and "Stayed Awake All Night" — in February and March. These full-length clips, along with interviews with the bandmembers, will accompany the new album as a bonus DVD.

"Days Gone By", will be released sometime in early 2009. Proceeds from CD and digital sales will go to charity, with the beneficiaries being the American Heart Association and the Christ Hospital Foundation.

The track listing for the album is as follows:

01. The Seeker
02. Maybe I'm Leo
03. No Quarter
04. Rain
05. Child Of Babylon
06. Stayed Awake All Night
07. Tie Yor Mother Down

Bonus DVD:

01. The Seeker
02. Rain
03. Stayed Awake All Night
04. Band Interview
05. Bob Mitchell Interview
06. Frank Oquendo Interview
07. Mike LePond Interview

For more information, visit The official Bob Mitchell MySpace page.

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