NOISE WITHIN: Entire Album Available For Free Download

November 11, 2008

NOISE WITHIN, the new Los Angeles-based project featuring singer Boris Bouma (EPIDEMIC),bass player John "Tumor" Fahnestock (SNOT, AMEN, LO-PRO),guitarist Aaron Slipp (PRONG) and drummer Tommy Sickles (NOTHINGFACE),has made its debut album available for free download at this location.

Commented the band: "In the past we would make a demo, then try to get a record deal by playing awkward showcases for executives. Then, if successful, we would spend a fortune trying to recreate the magic of those demos with a mega producer of choice. (name-dropping goes here). After the release, we would nervously await the weekly soundscan verdict to decide our fates. For several reasons, we skipped all that shit. Not only are record companies dying off, Americans are struggling too, and we don't expect them to spend their money on some NOISE WITHIN MP3s. Consider this a self-serving 'stimulus package.' Instead of offering some tracks for free, we'd rather introduce ourselves by giving people the album as a whole. If people enjoy our music, they can always support us by buying a T-shirt or coming to our shows.

"Some people go hunting, wife swapping, or watch reality TV. We write songs and jam. And regardless of the availability of huge record deals, or bus tours, we will do this for LIFE.

"A limited amount of hard copies will also be available by mailorder for $9.99 with free shipping in the USA. The hard copy includes a four-page booklet, disc artwork, and high-resolution tracks."

The track listing for the album is as follows:

01. Not Your Friend
02. May All Your Flags Burn
03. Opportunity
04. Join The Dead
05. In The Room
06. Divided We Stand
07. Privilege
08. Jericho Road
09. Law 18
10. The Chase

A video diary of the recording process can be seen below.

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