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Biclops Posts New Song, "Salieri," Online

NJ experimental metal band, Biclops, has posted a new song, entitled "Salieri," on their MySpace page. The band comments on the song:

"Yeah, we got tired of waiting for the record to come back from mastering (the process of tweaking the final mixes to raise the volume and make sure the equalization is optimized for listening on a variety of music players). So here's one track from our forthcoming record."

"As of yet the album is still untitled. In fact, we're not even positive of the track listing and order. There's a chance that not every one of the 12 tracks will make it on to the record, although all of them will be released in some way, shape, or form."

"But this song will definitely be on the record. It's a good introduction to the band in general (and hence the first song we put up) because of the genres it jumps. Pretty much every facet of the band is accounted for. Yeah, we like it."

"You'll also notice guest vocals and trumpets from Mr. Mathew Lupo of East Of the Wall / Postman Syndrome fame. The melodic vocals around a minute and a half in are his, but the ones at the song's middle and end point are pure Kevin Conway."

"You most likely won't hear any more new music until we find a home for the record, so spread the word and get people to listen to the track. I've heard a rumor that for every ten people you direct to the page, the government tracks it and will send you $10. Seriously. It's totally true. My cousin showed me his $10 bill once and I hear those are very difficult to fake."

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