PROUDFLESH Hard At Work On New Album
PROUDFLESH, the San Francisco-based band featuring Sothira (ex-CRUCIFIX), Erik Lannon (ex-MORDRED, AMERICAN HEARTBREAK) and Jimmy Crucifix (RESISTOLEROS, FANG, ex-CRUCIFIX) have completed the basic tracks for their upcoming album, "Deliverance". Produced by Bart Thurber at House of Faith Studios in Oakland, the 10-song CD is slated for an early fall release. The tentative track listing for the album is as follows:
01. Everything Burns
02. French Indochina 1954
03. Across This Chaos
04. Carnage Again
05. Mi Lai My Love
06. And Not Fashion
08. Black Jesuit
09. High In The Clouds
10. Those Who Sleep, Dine
PROUDFLESH have also announced their participation in the month-long marathon of shows to benefit legendary New York punk club CBGB. PROUDFLESH will be supporting CONFLICT on Friday, September 2 at the world-famous club in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and will reportedly include several CRUCIFIX classics in their set. The following night the band will play Boston with VERBAL ABUSE and FANG, before returning to San Francisco to put the finishing touches on the new album.
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