KAIZEN Begin Work On New Material

French metalcore act KAIZEN have started writing material for the follow-up to this year's "Clear the Path", tentatively due in late 2004 through XIII Bis Records. So far, the band have secured distribution deals in France, Scandinavia, U.K., and Switzerland, and will shortly make their debut album available in Spain and Russia. The group also recently inked endorsement deals with Gibson guitars and Tobias basses.

KAIZEN tour dates:

Oct. 04 - Montdidier, FRA @ Gymnase Pasteur (Coolness'tival IV)
Oct. 11 - Plaisir, FRA @ Clé des Champs
Oct. 18 - Montreuil, FRA @ La Pêche
Nov. 08 - Rambouillet, FRA @ Usine à Chapeaux

"Clear the Path" was produced by Alexis Phelipot (NO RETURN, DROWNING, MISANTHROPE) and the album's artwork was designed by Carlos Holmberg (SOILWORK, SCARVE). Download an MP3 of the track "Inner Force Control" here.


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