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Allegaeon Reveals New Album, "Fragments of Form and Function," Details

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Colorado's ALLEGAEON has unveiled the cover art for their Metal Blade Records debut album, "Fragments of Form and Function." The art was done by Colin Marks, who is known for his artwork for Scar Symmetry, Nevermore, Strapping Youn Lad, etc. The new album marks the band's first full length release and was produced by Dave Otero (Cephalic Carnage) and recorded at Flatline Audio in January 2010.

Vocalist Ezra Haynes discusses the concepts behind the album, "The concept of Fragments of Form and Function is in one way or another science related theories. Some of the topics we touch base on are cryonics, stem cell research, evolution, pharmaceutical structure and so on."

The "Fragments Of Form And Function" tracklisting is as follows:

01. The Cleansing
02. The Renewal
03. Across The Folded Line
04. The God Particle
05. Biomech - Vals No. 666
06. From Seed To Throne
07. Atrophy Of Hippocrates
08. Point Of Disfigurement
09. A Cosmic Question
10. Accelerated Evolution

ALLEGAEON kept the cameras rolling while in the studio with Dave Otero in Denver and captured some hilarious footage of the band laying down tracks as well as just goofing around. Check out their second studio video now on MetalBlade.tv. The first studio video can be seen here.

ALLEGAEON's Fragments of Form and Function will be available in stores and online on July 20, 2010 (US and Canada).

ALLEGAEON's upcoming shows are as follows:

07/11 Denver, CO Marquis Theater w/ Origin
08/28 Greeley, CO Crabtree Brewery

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