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Beauty In The Suffering Announces More Guest Appearances For Coming Album

Beauty in the Suffering, the newly launched electro-metal studio project from producer Dietrich Thrall (Marazene), have announced several more contributors to the band's growing list of special guests.

Drummer Aaron "Monty" Montgomery of platinum rockers Trapt will contribute drums on "The Plea," a track expected to appear on the band's debut full-length album. Said Monty, "Had a blast working on this project and in particular ‘The Plea.’ Awesome track with kick ass industrial rock drive that has the melodies to match. Watch out for these guys!"

Current The Razorblade Dolls guitarist Chris Telkes has contributed guitar on the band's announced debut single "The Crazies." Chris is perhaps best known for co-founding the industrial rock band Nocturne and Lacey Connor (VH1's Rock of Love). Beauty in the Suffering is expected to announce a release date for the digital single in the coming weeks.

Skinlab guitarist Provo Provenzano will add guitars to "Reveille." The track is the the expected second digital single from the band expected in the Fall. Provo has also been the engineering force behind the project with tracking taking place at Pirated Sound Studios and Bell Lab Recordings, both located in the Oklahoma City, OK metro area.

"Beauty in the Suffering is one of the most exciting projects I’ve worked on lately.” Provo commented. “DieTrich is insanely precise in the studio and has a great vision for where his songs need to be and the diy ability and attitude to get it done right.”

“Real talented and cool bunch of guys who I am beyond thrilled to have on board the very first Beauty In The Suffering songs – the tracks they sent us have been top shelf embellishment.” Dietrich offered. “Provo has been been my weapon of choice in helping me realize these tracks at the level I always heard them in my head so a very big kudos to him for that as well.”

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