THE SHOTGUN SUICIDES: 'A Glorious Tragedy' Release Date Moved Forward

December 27, 2007

THE SHOTGUN SUICIDES, the new band featuring ex-ENFORSAKEN guitarist Steve Stell, will issue its "A Glorious Tragedy" album in Japan via Spiritual Beast Records on February 13, 2008 — one week earlier than the previously announced February 20 release date. A limited number of these Japanese CDs will also be available directly from THE SHOTGUN SUICIDES via mail-order for fans in the USA and Europe.

Four songs from "A Glorious Tragedy" are available for streaming at the band's MySpace page.

THE SHOTGUN SUICIDES recorded "A Glorious Tragedy" this past summer at Studio One (MICHAEL ANGELO BATIO, SOIL, NOVEMBERS DOOM, ENFORSAKEN, JUNGLE ROT) in Racine, Wisconsin. Chris Djuricic (NOVEMBERS DOOM bassist and Studio One owner) produced and engineered the project.

Cover artwork for "A Glorious Tragedy" was created by acclaimed metal/prog artist Mattias Norén (EVERGREY, JOHN PETRUCCI, INTO ETERNITY, KOTIPELTO, DEREK SHERINIAN).

Underground artist Brian Guther created THE SHOTGUN SUCIDES logo. Brian was also responsible for the ENFORSAKEN logo way back in 1998.

ENFORSAKEN was active in the metal scene from 1998 until its breakup in 2006. The band released three critically acclaimed albums over its eight-year history: "The Forever Endeavor" (Century Media/Olympic, 2004),"Sinner's Intuition" (Crash Music, 2006) and "Embraced By Misery" (Lifeforce Records, 2001).

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