VINDIKATION, the new band featuring former STEEL PROPHET members Jim Williams (guitar) and Karl Rosqvist (drums), vocalist Jason McCrarey (SANCTUS) and keyboardist Rob Rampley (WINDS DIED DOWN), have completed tracking their debut CD, "Chamber of Discontent".
The recording sessions were engineered by Erik Norlander, with final mix and mastering scheduled for mid-April. The release date for "Chamber of Discontent" is set for the summer of 2004.
VINDIKATION started in 2002 when Williams and Rosqvist started writing more and more progressive minded metal music. Soon after, Rampley, a co-worker of Jim at Line 6, was asked to lend his experience with industrial keyboards and FX/sampling to the project. After a long search for the right vocal fit, McCrarey was added to the mix, brining his many talents with extreme metal vocals.
VINDIKATION's music is described as "an interesting metal mix of progressive technical music, industrial keyboards, FX/samples, and brutal vocals. There is a very balanced combination of melodic, harmonic and technical aspects to the music."
For more information, visit the band's web site at this location.
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