Twitching Tongues Release Two-Song Single “Disharmony Zero“

Twitching Tongues have released a new two-song single titled “Disharmony Zero.“ The release includes demo versions of “Insatiable Sin” and “Asylum Ave” off their 2015 album “Disharmony.“ The band commented:

“In our quest to thoroughly demo each song before we record the final studio versions, sometimes it becomes impossible to replicate the magic of the first attempt… Thus, we give you our beloved demo versions of INSATIABLE SIN and ASYLUM AVE on the 3rd anniversary of Disharmony. Available for streaming on Apple Music/Spotify or purchase on Amazon/iTunes.”

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Sebastian Bach “Cutting Demos” For New Album

Sebastian Bach has started “cutting demos” for at least one of the songs for his next studio album. The particualr track he is working on is one that was contributed by John 5.

Tacoma Musician Posts Early Nirvana Demos That He Says Were Given To Him by Kurt Cobain

A Tacoma musician named John Purkey has uploaded four videos to YouTube containing cassette audio of Nirvana demos that he says were given to him by Kurt Cobain. The tapes feature music the band recorded with Dale Crover (Melvins), tracks that eventually made it onto “Bleach,” pre-Dave Grohl “Nevermind” material with Chad Channing on drums, etc.

Fit For An Autopsy Demoing New Material

It looks like Fit For An Autopsy are already demoing new material for their next album. The band posted the following:

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Today Is The Day To Reissue “In The Eyes Of God”

Today Is The Day will be reissuing their 1999 album “In The Eyes Of God” on September 22, via The End Records. That effort, which featured Steve Austin, along with Mastodon’s Brann Dailor and Bill Kelliher, has been remastered by Austin and Maor Applebaum, and it will come with various demo tracks. Austin said the following:

“In 1999, I set out to make the fastest and most technical Today Is The Day record I could. The record was recorded in full three times, with the third version being the one we released. The second time we demo’d the album came out really great and could have been the released version. So with this re-issue, the listener can hear the progression of the record being made. Brann Dailor‘s drumming and Bill Kelliher‘s bass playing was a perfect fit for this out-of-control album.”

Preorders can be found HERE.

[via The PRP]

Cynic To Release “Uroboric Forms – The Complete Demo Collection” In February

Cynic will be releasing a new compilation of early demos titled “Uroboric Forms – The Complete Demo Collection.” The release, which features tracks “Demo 1988,” “Refections Of A Dying World” (1989), “Demo 1990,” and “Demo 1991,” will be available on CD and on black and limited edition colored vinyl. It will also come with two previously unreleased tracks titled “Uroboric Forms” and “The Eagle Nature,“ an in-depth interview with Paul Masvidal, pictures, and more. All songs were remastered by Patrick W. Engel.

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Track Listing:

01, “Uroboric Forms”
02. “The Eagle Nature”
03. “Pleading For Preservation”
04. “Lifeless Irony”
05. “Thinking Being”
06. “Cruel Gentility”
07. “Denaturalizing Leaders”
08. “Extremes”
09. “A Life Astray”
10. “Agitating Affliction”
11. “Once Misguided”
12. “Weak Reasoning ”
13. “Dwellers Of The Threshold”
14. “Uroboric Forms”
15. “The Eagle Nature”

Tracks 1-3 taken from “Demo 1991”
Tracks 4-6 taken from “Demo 1990”
Tracks 7-10 taken from “Reflections Of A Dying World”
Tracks 11-13 taken from “Demo 1989”
Tracks 14-15 are previously unreleased, vocal audition with Brian DeNeffe (Viogression)

Anthrax To Release “For All Kings” Vinyl Box Set In March

Anthrax will be releasing a new limited edition vinyl box set version of “For All Kings“ on March 24. It will come with all the songs from the effort spread across 10 7” vinyls. It will also contain covers of Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son“ and The White Stripes’ “Black Math“, along with demo versions of “Breathing Lightning,” “Monster At The End,” “Suzerain,” “Zero Tolerance,” “Blood Eagle Wings,” and “Defend Avenge.”