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California thrash metal band Demonica has released a new song, "Demon Class," on their MySpace page.
Demonica's lineup is as follows:
Craig Locicero (Forbidden, Spiral Arms): Lead Guitars
Hank Shermann (Mercyful Fate): Lead Guitars
Klaus hyr (Demonica): Vocals
Marc Grabowski (Corruption): Bass
Mark Hernandez (Forbidden, Defiance): Drums
Having recently completed the second leg of their Polish tour in support of the Demigod album, Behemoth frontman Nergal has checked in with the following update:
"It was simply a blast. Touring with such a company [ Corruption, Virgin Snatch, Hermh] and playing in front of packed venues was a perfect ending for this never ending tour. I loved the fact that we also finally played a decent crowd and a nice venue in our hometown. I'm sure that no one who saw us in action was disappointed. We gave our very fuckin' best and it feels to good to see you guys gave so much inreturn! Moreover, sharing stage with Virgin Snatch, Hermh and Corruption was an awesome experience and the whole tour turned out to be a massive success.More...
Flotsam and Jetsam and Jag Panzer are among the bands confirmed for the Deep Freeze winter metal festival on Saturday, January 15, 2005 at Pink E's Black Den in Westminster, Colorado. Other groups scheduled to perform at the festival include Silencer, Corruption, Esovae, Depth Charge, Empyrean Eclise and Of Winds and Faint Echoes.
Flotsam and Jetsam are currently supporting their new DVD, "Live in Phoenix", released through the Magick imprint of Cleopatra Records, and will mark their first live appearance in Colorado in almost five years. Jag Panzer are currently supporting last month's critically acclaimed Century Media release, "Casting the Stones", and will play the festival for the first time to a hometown crowd. Also playing is Silencer, who are currently finishing up recording their first full-length album at Valkyrie Studios and Flatline Audio with Dave Otero (Serberus, Cephalic Carnage).
The bill is rounded out by a number of strong regional bands creating the most diverse lineup to date.
Tickets for the 18-and-up festival be on sale soon through Ticketweb.com.