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The Neologist

From: United States
Last Known Status: Active

Latest The Neologist News

Below is our complete The Neologist news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

The Neologist Taps Bjorn Strid For New Album

The Neologist's upcoming album "Coming Full Circle" will feature a guest appearance by Chris Clancy (Mutiny Within), and now the band has issued this update about another guest spot:

"THE Bjorn Strid from Soilwork will be doing a guest vocal spot on our new song 'Chasing The Sun.' We could act all cool and casual, but this is kind of a big deal for us. Fuck yeah!"

A previously posted teaser trailer for the upcoming new release can also be found below.

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The Neologist Posts Album Teaser

The Neologist has released a teaser trailer online for the band's upcoming album "Coming Full Circle," which will feature a guest appearance by Chris Clancy (Mutiny Within). Check it out below, or find more info on the band at Facebook here.

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The Neologist Recording Cover Song

Two-piece metal act The Neologist has checked in with the following brief update about recording an In Flames cover track for the band's upcoming album:

"James has finished recording guitars for the cover of Ordinary Story. We have decided to make an In Flames cover album while we are recording the new album. The title is still yet to be figured out."

Additional details on the upcoming album will be announced as they are made available. You can also check out the band's music by heading over to The Neologist's MySpace page.

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The Neologist Completes Debut, Available For Free

Melodic metal two-piece The Neologist has just finished their debut album, "The 26 Letters of Your Universe," and is giving it away for free. The Neologist formed in 2009 after the disbanding of SeVeR as Devin Walsh (bass) and James Lewis (guitars and vocals) decided to keep their musical passion growing.

You can download the album here (or here if that fails). If you want to hear the songs first, you can stream them on the band's MySpace player.

You can also check out their video for "A Place Where the Dead Don't Bother Me" below:

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