HASTE THE DAY: New Song Posted Online
Indiana-based Christian metalcore band HASTE THE DAY has posted the song "Mad Man" on its MySpace page. The track comes off the group's forthcoming album, "Dreamer", due on October 14 via Solid State Records. The CD was produced by Andreas Magnusson, who has previously worked with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER and OH SLEEPER. A video for the song will be filmed this week.
"Dreamer" track listing:
02. Mad Man
05. An Adult Tree
07. Invoke Reform
08. Sons Of The Fallen Nation
HASTE THE DAY recently parted ways with guitarist and founding member Jason Barnes after he apparently chose to abandon Christianity. The band has announced that it will not replace Barnes but will instead utilize the services of Dave Krysl, a friend of the band, as a full-time touring guitarist.
HASTE THE DAY will unleash its new material live on the Solid State Records Tour starting on October 3.
Behind-the-scenes footage from "Dreamer" photo shoot:
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