THIS IS MENACE: PITCHSHIFTER Offshoot Project To Release Debut Album In April

THIS IS MENACE, a U.K.-based collaborative project spearheaded by PITCHSHIFTER bassist Mark Clayden and drummer Jason Bowld, will release their debut album, "No End In Sight", in April through PITCHSHIFTER frontman J.S. Clayden's PSI Records.

Announced in late 2004 as "leviathonic, guitar driven music," this new venture will reportedly feature a whole host of guest musicians, such as Jeff Walker of CARCASS, Owen Packard and Karl Middleton of EARTHTONE9, Mikee Goodman of SIKTH, Casey Chaos of AMEN, Andy Cairns from THERAPY?, Paul McCallion of HIDING PLACE and Matt Davies of FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND. Lead single, "I Was a Deadman (Long Before I Died)", was issued earlier this month, featuring the vocals of Colin Doran from HUNDRED REASONS, Owen Packard and NAKED APE's Gerald Walton.



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