I-DEF-I: New Studio Demo And Live Track Posted Online

Manchester, UK-based metal band I-DEF-I has posted a new track, "Her Circean Kiss", on the group's MySpace page. The song is taken from current writing/demoing sessions for I-DEF-I's second full-length CD. Also available is a live version of the song "Prosthetiquette", recorded at the band's recent debut European concert in Sannois, France.

The band will play a short run of UK club shows in April before heading back into the studio while negotiating a return to the European mainland.

I-DEF-I's full-length debut, "In the Light of a New Day", was released in April 2007 via Copro Records. The follow-up to 2006's critically acclaimed mini-album "Bloodlust Casualty" marked the recording debut with the band of new drummer Carl Sharrocks and featured a guest appearance from DJ Woody.

Upcoming I-DEF-I shows:

April 17 - From Hell @ The Haygate, Telford
April 18 - The Rigger, Stoke
April 19 - Club Academy, Manchester


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