HOMICIDAL Signs With EULOGY RECORDINGS

New York/New Jersey hardcore act HOMICIDAL has inked a deal with Eulogy Recordings. The band's debut album, "State Of Mind", will be released in the spring. The CD features guest appearances by some of the most influential vocalists in hardcore, including Lord Ezec of SKARHEAD, Jorge of MERAUDER, Eddie Sutton of LEEWAY, Puda of AGENTS OF MAN and Martin of BILLYCLUB SANDWICH.

HOMICIDAL was formed out of the ashes of some of the most influential hardcore acts of the '90s. The band "brings violent music to violent people of all ages," according to a press release.

HOMICIDAL is:

* Mc G - Vocals
* Mike the Bull (BULLDOZE, TRAIN OF THOUGHT) - Guitar
* Zack Thorne (BULLDOZE, TRAIN OF THOUGHT, AGENTS OF MAN, SKARHEAD) - Guitar
* Dimi (CROWN OF THORNZ, SKARHEAD, YUPPICIDE)- Drums
* Mike Heinzer (ONE 4 ONE, 25 TA LIFE) - Bass

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/homicidal.

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