Music Industry News Network [07-14-2014]
TRAINWRECK ARCHITECT Post New Blog W/ Video From 'Wreck The Road' Tour On DeadRhetoric.com
Wrapping up their Ontario and Quebec 'Wreck The Road Tour' on July 4th, Montreal, QC wreck n' roll band Trainwreck Architect has posted a new tour blog with video on DeadRhetoric.com chronicling their last show date in La Baie , QC located in the Saguenay of Northern Quebec.
"Last weekend was the last date of the Wreck the Road Tour, which occurred in the town of LaBaie in the region of Saguenay. Saguenay is a northern region of the province of Quebec. It is a five-hour drive from Montreal, and two hours past Quebec City. The region has a reputation for its wonderful landscapes, for its ratio of six women for one man, but most importantly, for its wonderful metal scene. The legendary Voivod are from this place!"
Read more at the following link: http://deadrhetoric.com/news/trainwreck-architect-summer-tour-blog-part-ii/
The 'Wreck The Road Tour' was in support of Trainwreck Architect's debut album 'Traits of The Sick' released November 2013. Mastered by Jeff Waters of Annihilator, whom also makes a guest appearance with a guitar solo on the track ‘As Killers Breathe’, 'Traits of The Sick features an eclectic mix of thrash, classic metal and rock n' roll. The debut is now available on Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon and all other major online retailers.
Tha band's music video 'Dream Pariah' is inspired by the dramatic story of a man, approaching the end of his life and trying something new! (hint, hint, breaking bad!)
'Dream Pariah': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmRLLpJKsuA
Album Stream Links:
Track Listing: Trainwreck Architect - Traits of The Sick
1-Comatose Era (intro)
3-Die Like A Legend
4-The Door Slams Shut [Bravewords]
6-Rabid Psychotic Relapse
7-As Killers Breathe ft. guitar solo by Jeff Waters (Annihilator) [Bandcamp] [Youtube] [Soundcloud]
8-Dream Pariah [Video]
10-Feed Them Bullets
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