Metal Powerhouse LIVING WRECKAGE Unveils New Single and Video for “Endless War”
Debut album from members of Anthrax, Shadows Fall, Let Us Prey announced for Sept. 23rd.
LIVING WRECKAGE – a new powerhouse of metal musicians comprised of vocalist Jeff Gard (Death Ray Vision), guitarists Jon Donais (Anthrax, Shadows Fall) and Matt LeBreton (Downpour), bassist Matt Bachand (Shadows Fall, Act of Defiance) and drummer Jon Morency (Let Us Prey) – have unleashed a new video for the brand new single, “Endless War,” from their forthcoming and highly anticipated full-length album. The clip can be viewed here:
“With ‘Endless War’ we wanted to do a straight forward thrasher,” explains bassist Matt Bachand. “This song shows the more aggressive side of what we do as opposed to the previous releases of ‘One Foot In The Grave’ and ‘Breaking Point,’ which showcase a more melodic side to the band. As our influences are so varied, there is a little something for everyone on the upcoming full-length album.”
The group’s self-titled debut will be released worldwide by M-Theory Audio Sept. 23rd on CD, limited-edition colored vinyl and digital. Produced and engineered by Shane Frisby (Unearth, Bury Your Dead), and mixed by Pete Rutcho (Revocation, Falling in Reverse), the album is anticipated by fans curious to hear more music, as evidenced by how quickly their 3-song EP, which was available solely at their shows and via mail-order, sold out.
Two of these blasts of melodic, over-driven power can be heard as singles on digital platforms or by watching their videos on YouTube for “One Foot in the Grave” (https://youtu.be/pTZpljESb_o) and “Breaking Point” (https://youtu.be/AQRCuXownVc)
Living Wreckage will take part in Bike Week with a couple shows –
June 15th and 17th at Tower Hill Tavern in Laconia, NH
More information on the album and additional live performances by the band will be unveiled in the weeks to come by M-Theory Audio and at www.facebook.com/
LIVING WRECKAGE is:
Jeff Gard (vocals)
Jon Donais (guitars)
Matt LeBreton (guitars)
Matt Bachand (bass)
Jon Morency (drums)
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