Futures End Working On Upcoming Second Album
Guitarist Christian David Wentz of Futures End has issued the following statement about the band working on a second album:
"I wanted to take just a moment and speak to some of the things I have heard in regards to whether or not Futures End is merely a project, or an actual band. Let me assure you, Futures End is a band and not just a whim created out of necessity or musical boredom by the members of the group.
"Our rhythm section - Steve DiGiorgio and Jon Allen - have indeed had notable careers doing all kinds of project work. They have earned respectable reputations for being the fine players that they are working on numerous albums and playing as hired guns for bands the world over doing live shows. Steve and Jon are both founding members of Sadus and there is no end to what is going on with them in sight. Their role in Futures End is that of founding members as well. Marc and I put this band together to make music, to tour, and to enjoy ourselves as we pursue our musical endeavors together and everyone else in the band is an integral part of that machine. No one in this band is expendable and we all work together as equals to bring our particular brand of metal to the world.
"Right now the entire band is involved in the creation of a second Futures End release. Steve Jon, Fred, Marc and myself are all involved from the ground up and it is what makes what we do work. You can count on seeing us play together all over the world in 2010 and we hope to bring you another album before the year is out.
"Futures End is a band of musicians, and of good friends that have respect for what each player brings to the table. We are really having a blast doing this and will continue to do so as a single unit for years to come."
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