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Walking Corpse Syndrome Post Pre-Production Video For New Album

Walking Corpse Syndrome, which features two drummers and a violin player among its ranks, has posted a new video clip online of the band recording scratch tracks to prepare for the studio, where the new album, codenamed Album: Epsilon, will be recorded. This new release will follow the band's last full-length "Narcissist" (reviewed here).

The band also previously commented about recruiting a new vocalist:

"Walking Corpse Syndrome is pleased to announce our new vocalist. Please welcome Lief Winterrowd to the Corpse Walker Family. Lief is a Montana native who formerly sang with the Missoula-based band, Mageddon. He passed a rigorous audition process, suffering gallantly through many strange and mystical initiations to be found compatible and pure of spirit and body.

"We know that there is going to be an adjustment period. We had previously announced the band is going through a metamorphosis period. We know we'll lose some fans with our changes and to those fans we say, 'Thank you for all the great moments.'

"But we believe the best is yet to come. We're writing new music. We're only going to keep about half of the old songs, but with different titles and lyrics.

"We understand some people will be upset that we're keeping the name Walking Corpse Syndrome even with all of these changes. Walking Corpse Syndrome started out as an idea before it was ever a band. Walking Corpse Syndrome is a fight against stagnation, pushing yourself past your limits, shedding your tired old skin to be reborn as something new and wonderful.

"We hope that you'll choose to continue with us on this journey."

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