Former HANOI ROCKS Frontman To Guest On New KINETIK CONTROL Album

Former HANOI ROCKS frontman Michael Monroe makes a guest appearance on the forthcoming sophomore album from the Finnish rock/metal act KINETIK CONTROL, entitled "Only Truth Remains". According to KINETIK CONTROL's official bio, the new CD sees the band pursuing a "more guitar-driven and more rock" direction than that on the group's debut album, 2008's "Lack Of Divine Inspiration". "The experiments with electronic elements will be laid to rest for the time being," the bio states.

A short video clip of Monroe in the studio laying down vocal tracks on the new KINETIK CONTROL album can be viewed below.

KINETIK CONTROL was recently joined by former TO/DIE/FOR and SOULRELIC guitarist Antza Talala.

For more information, visit www.kinetikcontrol.com.

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