Charred Walls Of The Damned - New Album Streaming, Video Online


As Charred Walls Of The Damned prepare for their self-titled debut album out February 2nd 2010 - the group is gearing up for their official release by giving fans the chance to listen to the album in its entirety via Noisecreep.com. The metal site will host the stream Monday January 25th to Monday February 1st so be sure to head over and check it out.

Richard Christy comments; "Well, the time is now here and I'm so psyched for the fans to be able to finally hear the full album! I'm so proud of the metal that Tim, Steve, Jason and I have made and I know that our passion definitely shines through in the music! We had so much fun making this album and now it's time for all of you fellow Metalheads to have fun listening to it."

Despite his hectic work schedule, last year Christy announced that he was putting together a new musical project through Metal Blade Records called Charred Walls of the Damned. The group's lineup reads like a who's who of metal with Tim "Ripper" Owens [Judas Priest, Iced Earth, Yngwie Malmsteen, Beyond Fear] on vocals, Steve DiGiorgio [Sadus, Death, Testament, Iced Earth, Quo Vadis, Dragonlord] playing bass and Trivium (among many others) producer Jason Suecof [also playing in Capharnaum, Crotchduster] handling the guitar duties. To say that the anticipation for this band is high would be a major understatement.

The band's new video for the track "Ghost Town" can be watched below. "I'm so psyched about how amazing the "Ghost Town" video turned out," Christy told Noisecreep over lunch recently in Hollywood, CA. Directed by Mike Schiff from M.A.S. Productions, the apocalyptic clip just bleeds metal. "We were able to film in one of my favorite haunted houses in Pennsylvania called Shocktoberfest, which was really exciting for me because anyone who knows me personally knows I'm a massive Halloween and haunted house fan."




Source: noisecreep.com
Band profile: Charred Walls Of The Damned
 
Posted: 27.01.2010 by CHEF METAL HEAD


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27.01.2010 - 15:10
CHEF METALHEAD
KEEP IT METAL
It's almost like Iced Earth without "Jon Schaffer "..... But I really do like the band!!!
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27.01.2010 - 15:52
MrMcSick
I will always remember how awesome christy was on death's the sound of perserverance. Steve should be louder in the mix, Can barely hear him. Suecof sure can get some great sound quality mixing records. Ripper, ughhhh. Not into the 80's style vox anymore, at all!
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