DECONSTRUCT: New EP To Feature Last Tracks Recorded By HEATHEN Drummer

July 29, 2004

Northern California's DECONSTRUCT have released a limited-edition five-track EP of songs from the band's forthcoming full-length release, "The Human Condition". Entitled "The Human Condition - Act I", the EP was produced by DECONSTRUCT guitarist Joe Fraulob and mixed by Grammy award winner Michael Rosen (TESLA, SANTANA, AFI, RANCID, TESTAMENT). The CD features the last tracks recorded by the now-departed drummer Darren Minter (HEATHEN) and songs with his replacement Frost, formerly of LUXT. "The Human Condition - Act I" is available on the DECONSTRUCT web site at this location. "The Human Condition" full-length will see a national release in early fall.

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