Control Denied Album, "The Fragile Art Of Existence," To Be Reissued
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Metal Mind Productions will reissue Control Denied's "The Fragile Art Of Existence" on April 15th (February 11th in Europe). The release will be limited to 2,000 copies, digitally remastered using 24-bit process on golden disc. Here's a statement from Metal Mind:
"There are several reasons for Control Denied to be taken much more seriously than just a side-project. One of them is certainly the name of the group's founder - Chuck Schuldiner to this day remains an icon of death metal music, leaving behind a true legacy of amazing albums and memorable songs. Control Denied was his final and most personal creation – a natural continuation of the ideas gathered in Death's three last albums – 'Individual Thought Patterns', 'Symbolic” and 'The Sound of Perseverance'. Although musically the group ventured away from death metal into a bit lighter style, the progressive edge remained untouched – the band's debut (and, as it was soon to be revealed, only) album, 'The Fragile Art Of Existence' is still one of Schuldiner's most fruitful efforts, showcasing mature, structured musicianship and amazing songwriting skills."
This limited re-release has come about due to Metal Mind Productions' recently announced deal with Nuclear Blast Records in which Metal Mind will license and reissue a number of albums in Nuclear Blast's back-catalogue. In the first half of 2008 Metal Mind Productions will re-issue nearly 70 albums from their deep archives, with reissues from Control Denied, Macabre, and Mortification expected first.
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