EXODUS Frontman's GENERATION KILL: Another Demo Track Posted Online

GENERATION KILL, the new crossover metal outfit featuring EXODUS frontman Rob Dukes, has uploaded another demo track, entitled "Slow Burn", to the band's MySpace page.

The group is currently in the studio working on more material and is expected to start scheduling shows for March/April 2010, followed by a full CD release on an as-yet-undetermined record label.

A promotional video from the GENERATION KILL song "Hate" can be viewed below. The clip was shot on August 29, 2009 at Olive's in Nyack, New York and was directed and edited by Dukes and Craig Cefola, the director of the EXODUS documentary "Assorted Atrocities".

GENERATION KILL's lineup also includes Rob Moschetti (ex-PRO-PAIN, M.O.D.) on bass and Sam Inzerra (MORTICIAN) on drums.

Commented Moschetti: This isn't a side project. We are all 100%. Side projects go away."


Rob Dukes - Vocals
Rob Moschetti - Bass/Backing Vocals
Lou Lehman - Lead Guitar
Jason Trenczer - Lead Guitar
Sam Inzerra - Drums

According to GENERATION KILL's official bio, "The original concept of the band was to break away from the current formula. By embracing their roots and incorporating them into the project, GENERATION KILL is a true crossover band. Each song has its own identity, and mood, which gives the band its original sound without abandoning their influences.

"By adding two lead guitarist/song writers to the band, a whole new dimension has been introduced to GENERATION KILL. While Jason Trenczer adds technical guitar work, Lou Lehman adds catchy riffs and solos.

"The final ingredient to the band is veteran drummer Sam Inzerra. Sam has a death metal background which adds speed and power to the project. Each member of the band takes part in the writing process. While each member has established himself in legendary and underground bands, let it be known that this is no side project."


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