SOAD, Lamb of God, Feat Factory Members Join Forces for New Supergroup Project Rogue - Titans

artist: misc date: 06/09/2014 category: general music news
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SOAD, Lamb of God, Feat Factory Members Join Forces for New Supergroup Project Rogue - Titans
Featuring members of System of a Down, Lamb of God, Cannibal Corpse, Death and about 20 more acts, the Project Rogue - Titans is a supergroup endeavor bound to grab the attention of any metal fan.

The idea is to raise $70,000 through an Indiegogo campaign set to kick off today (June 9) and ultimately release a full-length album sometime during this fall.

The project's roster is quite impressive, featuring the following musicians: Raymond Herrera (Fear Factory/Arkaea), Shavo Odadjian (System of a Down), Chris Adler (Lamb of God), Rob Barrett (Cannibal Corpse), John Boecklin (Devildriver), Paul Masvidal (Death/Cynic), David Davidson (Revocation), Sean Reinert (Death/Cynic), Jon Howard (Threat Signal/Arkaea), Mitch Harris (Napalm Death), Jed Simon (Scar the Martyr/Strapping Young Lad), Frank Watkins (Obituary/Gorgoroth), Wayne Static (Static X), Christian Olde Wolbers (Fear Factory/Arkaea), Pat Lachman (Damageplan), Logan Mader (Machine Head/Soulfly), JD Schmidt (Nociceptor), Robert Luciani (Means End), Vincent Zylstra (Synthetic Breed), David Davidson (Revocation), Andrew Zink (Akeldama) and Connor Reibling (Akeldama).

"Raymond and I were talking one night, just throwing ideas around for the label, kinda like we always do," Rogue Records America owner Dean Martinetti said. "He says to me, 'Do you know what would be great? If we got a bunch of people we know and that I've worked with together and made a record for the label, and better yet, made it a crowd-funded campaign to get the fans involved' ... I couldn't agree more."

Check out what the artists themselves have to say about the project in the clip below. More info on the official Facebook and Indiegogo pages.

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