Boston-based metalcore band SCREAMS OF ERIDA have completed work on their full-length debut, "The Red Testament". The album was recorded from January to March with the help of producer Ken Susi (UNEARTH), and was mixed by Eric Rachel (A LIFE ONCE LOST, EVERY TIME I DIE, ATREYU). An early summer release is expected.
"The Red Testament" track listing:
01. The Red Testament
02. Reflections In the Sky
03. Death March
04. American Terrorist
06. The Awakening
07. Burn the World
09. Beyond the Fall
In other news, SCREAMS OF ERIDA have parted ways with drummer Peter Gagnon and are currently holding auditions for replacements. Interested drummers in the Massachusetts area can get more information on auditions at email@example.com.
SCREAMS OF ERIDA had previously recorded a six-song EP, entitled "Burn the World", with Susi at the helm. Ken produced, engineered and mixed the EP in his private studio.
Upcoming SCREAMS OF ERIDA shows:
Jun. 09 - Roman's (Tigers Den) - Brockton, MA
Jul. 06 - Bill's Bar - Boston, MA
Jul. 16 - Terrorfest - Toronto, ON
Aug. 04 - O'Briens - Allston, MA
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