DEBUT ALBUM DUE OUT FEBRUARY 15, 2011 ON NIGHTMARE RECORDS
Bloody-Disgusting.com is hosting an exclusive premiere of the track “Fracture” from CLANDESTINE’s debut album “The Invalid.” The album will be out on February 15th on Nightmare Records. Guitarist Dan Durakovich said the following about “Fracture”: “What’s up Bloody Disgusting? “Fracture” is one of our favorite songs to play so we’re happy to give you and your readers the chance to check it out first.”
Be one of the first to listen to “Fracture” at: www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/music/1351 Recently CLANDESTINE posted a video teaser online for their forthcoming debut album “The Invalid”. Check out the teaser at www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHoJORKXqts
CLANDESTINE and Nightmare Records have also confirmed that they will be offering the digital version of the album at a fan friendly price of $4.99. “The Invalid” will be available at this special price at ITunes, Amazon, Nightmare and all other major digital retailers.
Mixed by well known producer Sylvia Massey (Tool, System Of A Down), this band has wickedly infections melodies and music that crosses many lines in the sand of purists rock, alternative, electronic and metal genres an extremely impressive, 10 fresh songs equaling a 45 minute slab of hard edged rock that never fails to deliver on all levels. The band is fronted by singer June Park who wields a very impressive almost otherworldly and fierce voice. Enigmatic and engaging she is without a doubt, a star on the rise. The four-piece is fulfilling the thirst of today’s music fans that are in search of a new sound that triggers their ultimate aural pleasure.
CLANDESTINE’S ultimate goal is combining diverse influences and styles that mark a new generation with an unnamed creation while striving to provide a sonic link from the past to the future. CLANDESTINE is a truly unique band, combining progressive rock with female fronted metal, a touch of electronic music that enhances the futuristic timbre, and some smooth huge pop melodies. “The Invalid” is a must for fans of bands as diverse as Evanescence, Dream Theater, Fair to Midland, Rush, Lacuna Coil, Tool and Between the Buried & Me. What more can you ask for?