Far Beyond Driven
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Below is our complete Far Beyond Driven 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.
Far Beyond Driven's currently in studio recording their long awaited debut release "Reflections of Humanity". The album is going to feature 9 of the bands most brutal songs and is expected to release mid 2007.
"We've been playing these songs live now for close on a year, and now we get to rediscover them on a musical level while recording", says bassist Willie Prins, in an on-line forum. The album promises to capture the essence and energy of the band's live show, and for any one that was at Woodstock 8, you would have seen the chaos first hand.
"We're going for a raw sound, not looking for the over produced, layered sound. It's got to sound like the band's in the room with you" says guitarist David Callaghan on a TuksFM interview, airing on the 25th of March around 6pm.
Witchdoctor records further explains: "Although it being the bands first release, one can still expect awesome musicianship from this highly skilled and experienced band. "Reflections of Humanity" is going to be aggressive, driven and the bands way of saying "We're here, and we're here to stay." Touching on political and social issues as well as personal battles with life, death and everything in between; the idea is for everyone to be able to relate to at least one, if not all, of the songs."
The Album Track Listing (in no particular order) is as follows:
Son of War
Reflections of Humanity
Illusions of Truth
Cover Your Eyes
You Bleed for No Cause
Far Beyond Driven recently issued the following update:
"Well , we were supposed to start recording about a month ago and then found that not only our sound but our overall tightness was lacking so we spent the time practicing to a click instead and working on a new song. Charl has been working for the past week getting a drum sound he is happy with, it is sounding pretty decent, but we will only start putting down the tracks seriously after Mutherfudd."