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London-based traditional metal band Neuronspoiler has announced the launch of a campaign on crowd funding website PledgeMusic.com to support the recording for a new full-length album, tentatively due in October 2012. The campaign page can be found at this location.
The group is currently writing and rehearsing new material fora first release since the 2010 EP, "No One’s Safe," and is appealing to fans to help raise the money by pre-ordering the album. Neuronspoiler drummer Tim Barclay commented:
“The way Pledgemusic works makes a lot of sense to us. Instead of borrowing money from a record label as we would in the traditional music funding model, we’re simply asking fans to go ahead and pre-order our new album right now. Your pre-orders will help us make the album. Once it’s recorded, you’ll get the music you’ve paid for and we won’t have anyone to pay back. Everyone wins!”
Guitarist David del Cid said: “I really think something that makes people get involved is the way forward. With this campaign, we’re really collaborating with our fans: asking for their help and giving them something exciting in return.”
London-based traditional metal band Neuronspoiler has named Dave Shirman (MOANA SLEAZER, ex-SERPENT SINS) as the band's new guitarist following the departure of Stanley Long in February.
The group is currently writing new material and will be going into the studio in the summer to start recording the full-length follow up to the 2010 EP, "No One's Safe."
Neuronspoiler drummer Tim Barclay commented: "We're really excited that Dave has joined the band. He's a great fit, in personality and ethos as well as musically. We needed someone who really loved metal and who was going to be committed to trying to do something great on the stage and in the studio. When Dave first started playing our songs it was like he’d been playing them with us forever and it felt good. We're really looking forward to hearing what he brings to the sound when we head into the studio this year."
British traditional metallers Neuronspoiler, have released a video for "Words, Words, Words," a track off their 2010 E.P. "No One's Safe." The video features live footage recorded at The Purple Turtle in Camden mixed with material from the controversial 2009 movie, "The Yes Men Fix the World." "No One's Safe" was recorded at London's Monster Trax studios and produced by Misha Nikolic (Mike Terrana, John West).
Speaking about the collaboration with The Yes Men, guitarist David Del Cid said, "We might do a different kind of art from what [The Yes Men] do but we share the same ideals of rebellion against these power-hungry, hypocrite institutions that want to take everything from us, we just express it in a different way with music." Neuronspoiler's drummer, Tim Barclay said, "This track ["Words, Words, Words"] is all about people talking on and on without it really meaning anything, so when David showed the rest of us this film he'd seen which was all about cutting through the vacuous rubbish of all these big business spokesmen, it just seemed such a perfect fit. We're so excited that they were happy for us to use the footage."
London-based traditional metallers, Neuronspoiler, have released their debut E.P., "No One's Safe," featuring five original songs, including one instrumental. "No One's Safe" was recorded at London's Monster Trax studios with producer Misha Nikolic (Mike Terrana, John West) with original artwork by Dan Kelby. The band comments on the album's subject matter, "The lyrics touch on subjects familiar to everyone, such as the lifelong search for people who understand you, and the feeling of isolation from a society that wants you to conform. "
The tracklisting for "No One's Safe" is as follows:
1. The Outcry
2. Lost Brother
4. Updated Subjugation
5. Words, Words, Words