Gorod Issues Band Activity Update
French act Gorod has issued the following update about working on a new EP and changing the band's lineup:
"Here is some great Gorod news! French death tech virtuosi Gorod are to the point to finish their forthcoming EP named 'Transcendence!' This surprising sound, that shows Gorod's universe in a new way of it's musical approach, mark the end of the SF story that started with 1st album 'Neurotripsick.' This EP will consist of two parts: - Audio part : a re-recorded and new version of 'Earth Pus,' 2 surprising acoustics versions of 'Earth Pus (Salvation)' and 'Blackout (Renewed Souls),' a cover of stellar Cynic's 'Textures' and an outstanding epic 15" song (Transcendence) including guest vocals of NY legends Immolation's singer Ross Dolan.
"DVD Part: an entire video show recorded live in their hometown's Rock School Barbey, Bordeaux (FR); a superb photo gallery of photographer David Sanchez that relate Gorod US 2010 trek, Gorod performance in Joao Onofre's 'Box Sized DIE,' and few more events, with a soundtrack of Gorod live performance at WFMU radio show (Jersey City, NJ, USA), recorded May 27, 2010.
"The artwork, as usual, done by Gorod's guitar player and mastermind Mat, will be unveiled soon. Gorod new line up! Gorod have maintained Julien 'Nutz' Deyres as singer. Julien stood in for last summer European tour with Cattle Decapitation, after Guillaume's decision to leave the band. The band recently recruited young and talented guitar player Nicolas Alberny as replacement of Arnaud who left the band due to health problems. Gorod is now ready to hit the stage!"
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