September 30, 2007

U.K. epic thrash metallers BIOMECHANICAL have announced the addition of bassist Adrian Lambert (SON OF SCIENCE, ex-DRAGONFORCE, INTENSE) to the group's ranks. "His fast and furious bass style is exactly what the band was looking for!" BIOMECHANICAL said in a statement.

BIOMECHANICAL will release its new album, "Cannibalised", on February 11, 2008 through Earache Records.

"Cannibalised" was mixed by famed producer Chris Tsangarides (JUDAS PRIEST). An exclusive advance track, entitled "Fallen In Fear", is available on the band's MySpace page.

BIOMECHANICAL frontman John K — who recently recruited new members Jonno Lodge (drums ) and Gus Drax and Chris Van Hayden on guitars — had this to say about the "Cannibalised" project (which is the closing chapter of the story which began with their 2003 debut release "8 Moons"): "There are no compromises on this album. It's metal without boundaries and as much energy as we could possibly deliver. 'Cannibalised' brings a dark closure to the debut and the Earache-released album 'The Empires of the Worlds'. All the elements of the other albums are there but with a much heavier sound and more aggression. The songwriting follows the emotional pull of each individual track, going from heavily orchestrated tracks to full-on metal.

"It was a long journey getting this album done but now it's completed with the help of Chris Tsangarides and Jon Ashley with whom we finally managed to deliver 'Cannibalised'. From the cover art side of things Nat Jones has astonished us once again! Huge thanks go to to these guys and looking forward taking this album on the road!!"

Fans can take an exclusive sneak peek at this cover art at this location.

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