SKINLAB Frontman Guests On HOSTILE BREED CD

SKINLAB frontman Steev Esquivel has finished laying down vocals on the song titled "Show Me The Road" for Russian "angry metal" band HOSTILE BREED with sound engineer Chris Hanson (MACHINE HEAD, TECHNOCRACY, VIO-LENCE). This song will be included in the group's upcoming second album, "The Second Cut", due late spring. The recorded material has been sent to Hansen Studio in Denmark for final mixing. Production on the album will be handled by Jacob Hansen (INVOCATOR, MNEMIC, RAUNCHY, HATESPHERE). The CD, which will also include a guest appearance by the singer from Danish band SACRIFICIAL on the song "Color Of Freedom", will feature cover artwork by the Moscow art studio Traum. More information is available on band's official web site: www.hostilebreed.com.

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