FURYON To Enter Studio Next Week

February 1, 2014

British rockers FURYON will enter Black Dog Sound Studios in Atlanta, Georgia next week to record their as-yet-untitled sophomore album. Once again, the CD will be engineered and produced by Rick Beato (SHINEDOWN, FOZZY) and his team.

Singer Matt Mitchell says: "We've worked real hard behind the scenes to make this possible. There were moments I wasn't sure it would happen, but it is, and there are some killer tunes!"

After the success of thrilling debut "Gravitas" that U.K.'s Metal Hammer magazine promoted and covered so well, the band has a new batch of finely tuned writings. What's to be expected is more of the same explosive guitar riffs and solos in well-crafted song form. The 10-track effort will contain "expressive vocal delivery and melodies to scream along to" and it will be "a possibly darker album still with progressive elements and a grungy edge."


Matt Mitchell - Vocals
Chris Green - Guitar
Alex "Nickel" Bowen - Bass
Lee Farmery - Drums

FURYON is confirmed to play Hungary's MetalWar Festival, set to take place September 5-7 in Budapest and Belgium's Power, Prog & Metal Festival 2014, which will be held April 18–20 in Mons.

FURYON is a band from the U.K. which likes nothing more than to challenge expectations. Raised on a diet of heavy metal, prog, and classic rock, FURYON mixes all these components for a truly unique and contemporary sound. Delivering huge rock-radio-friendly songs, with technically-challenging-yet-infectiously-catchy musicianship, they are dedicated to one sole purpose: making hard-hitting songs that will stand the test of time.

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