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Dust Feat. Nick Barker EP Available For Download

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DUST has just recorded an EP featuring Nick Barker (ex-DIMMU BORGIR, CRADLE OF FILTH) on drums in the UK this past September. It was produced by Greg Brimson (RAMMSTEIN, METALLICA) and engineered by Russ Russell (NAPALM DEATH). The band expects it will be mastered by John Cornfield, with tentative release date for the US on Wednesday, January 25th of 2006.

Brimson describes the initial album demo as “Pure genius”, with Barker adding, “It made all the hairs on my body stand up.” Following the month-long recording, Barker has now confirmed he has joined DUST.

The demo will be available for free download from the band’s site at this location until the date of release.

Source: sINnews

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1. Autumns Eyes writes:

does this band have a website? Im completely down to listen to anything Nick plays on

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2. deathbringer writes:

Yeah, it's in the link up in the story... http://www.dust-band.com/

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3. kukulcan writes:

the downloadable demos on the page sucks... sounds like american metal, no power on drums, it turn me to sleep, what the f*** happened to nick? i find no agressive battery in those tracks.. i find no battery at all!!!...

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