CRADLE TO GRAVE Part Ways With Bassist, Seek Replacement
CRADLE TO GRAVE, the Vancouver-based band featuring ex-AGGRESSION guitarist Denis "Sasquatch" Barthe, have parted ways with longtime bassist Eric Green due to "musical differences and irreparable conflicts," according to the band's official press release. CRADLE TO GRAVE are currently looking for a bass player who is ready to relocate to Vancouver. Interested parties should contact Zeus at [email protected]
CRADLE TO GRAVE are preparing to enter the studio to record their sophomore album, entitled "Death Toll Rising". The follow-up to 2004's "CTG" will be recorded at Turtle Studios and will feature the following track listing:
01. Shotgun Life
02. Within Forever
03. There Is Nothing Left To Taste
04. Poison Yourself
06. Beheaded In Paris
08. Burn It All
09. The End Of My Life
10. Ol' Nicks Blues
A September release via Year Of The Sun Records is expected.
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