UNJUST: New Song Available For Download

December 1, 2004

San Francisco Bay Area's UNJUST have posted a new demo song, entitled "In Search of a Ghost", at Unjust.com.

"In Search of a Ghost" comes off the group's upcoming fourth album, "To Lose A Name", tenatively due out next spring via Koolarrow Records. UNJUST's last album, "Glow", was recorded at Sharkbite Studios in Oakland, California with longtime producer Mark Keaton (ONE MAN ARMY, MR. T EXPERIENCE, MACHINE HEAD, KGB).

UNJUST will be playing new material at their headlining show this Saturday, December 4 at the Pound S.F. Opening acts at the show include FORTHMORNING, SLEEP IN FAME (members of THOUGHTCRIME),NON-FICTION and JYNX.

Indie label Koolarrow Records is the brainchild of former FAITH NO MORE bassist Billy Gould.

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