FTANNG! unites former Jesus On Extasy and The Eternal Afflict members for free download

Posted on 20/02/11

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FTANNG! unites former Jesus On Extasy and The Eternal Afflict members for free download
After disbanding from Jesus On Extasy in December 2010, lead singer Dorian Deveraux has kicked off 2011 with the launch of his new band FTANNG!. The band chose to go for an approach without a label. As of February 2nd 2011 the first single "King of my world" is available as a free download here or after the jump. You can stream or download the track. If you go to the FTANNG! website you can download the track in a variety of different formats (256/320kbps; CD-Quality/HD-Wav; lossless coming soon) for free.

There will be no such thing as a traditional album release as each song will drop on the internet as soon as it is finished and be available for free as well as on different commercial online music stores like Bandcamp, iTunes or Amazon. All music is licensed under a creative commons attribution share alike license, allowing people to share or remix the songs or use them for own non-commercial projects. If there happens to be a general interest in FTANNG!, the band might eventually self-release a fan-financed limited edition E.P. on vinyl and CD available in a variety of different packages.

Other musicians involved with FTANNG! besides Dorian Deveraux are Pee Wee Vignold (formerly with The Eternal Afflict, Cyan, Pzychobitch) and producer Tim Schuldt, who recently worked with the likes of The Spook, Psyche, The Fair Sex, Kreator or The Invincible Spirit among many others.

A remix kit containing 25 stems of "King of my worked" is available right here.

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