Ex-GODHEAD Drummer's EYE KANDY Project Releases Retrospective CD

Former GODHEAD/BILE drummer Tom Zagorski's old band EYE KANDY has made its retrospective album "Erasing the Past" available for free download.

"Erasing the Past", which was just issued via the New York City-based industrial label Primordial Music, contains 14 previously unreleased tracks that were written between 2000 and 2004.

EYE KANDY was a staple in the underground New Jersey/NYC industrial scene for nearly 10 years until the band's break-up in 2000. The music on this release showcases the growth and maturity of the band's songwriting skills as teenage rage became focused aggression and depression became introspective self-exploration — an audio diary of a band falling apart and of dreams coming to an end.

As the title suggests, "Erasing the Past" sees the band cleaning the slate so its members can start pursuing new dreams for the future. It can be downloaded entirely for free at www.primordialmusic.com.


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