GHOULUNATICS: 'King Of The Undead' Re-Release In The Works
Montreal deathcore act GHOULUNATICS has issued the following update:
"GHOULUNATICS is now booking weekend shows for 2007. Interested parties should contact Gary Lyons at [email protected]
"The band is now looking for someone to join the team as their permanent soundman. You must be available on weekends and for occasional week long touring. Please contact us at [email protected] if interested.
"Thank you to all who came out to our second annual Ghouls X-Mass Party! Lots of pics are available here. Thanks to Aaron and his assistant for the great job!
"Our fifth studio album, 'Cryogenie', is out on Enrage Records in France and is doing well. An interview with our bass player Gary Lyons will be published in the next issue of Hard & Heavy magazine and the song 'Monstrueusement Votre' will be included on the CD sampler.
"The CD was released in North America on Galy Records last August and is our best-selling album to date! We are now working on re-releasing 'King of the Undead' (Galy, 2001), which has been out of print for quite some time. The package will include tons of bonus stuff and we might release a double CD package which would include two albums for the price of one! More details on this soon…"
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