Pitch Black Forecast Premiere New Track, “So Low” Featuring Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe

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Pitch Black Forecast will release their new retrospective compilation album, ‘As The World Burns,’ October 21 via Ferocious Records in CD, Vinyl, and digital download formats. The band features members J Mann of Mushroomhead and Gene Hoglan (Death, Strapping Young Lad, Dark Angel, Testament). ‘As The World Burns’ also features guest appearances by M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold, Randy Blythe of Lamb Of God, and Devin Townsend.

A new version of the song ‘So Low,’ featuring Randy Blythe, can be streamed below. Let us know what you think in the comments.

“This record is a compilation of my favorite Pitch Black Forecast songs, which are remixed, re-mastered with additional tracking so I consider this the definitive album,” said J Mann, who recently rejoined Mushroomhead for the band’s new record, ‘The Righteous & The Butterfly.’

‘As The World Burns’ also features the debut of another J Mann side project called Bitch Wrangler. A 4-song EP entitled ‘Spitef*ck’ will serve as bonus tracks on the CD.

‘As The World Burns’ track listing:

1. Open Letter To God (Feat. Devin Townsend)
2. Landmine” (Feat. M. Shadows)
3. Season In Hell
4. As The World Burns
5. Hearts Of Darkness
6. Dialtone
7. So Low (Feat. D. Randall Blythe)
8. Atonement
9. Wrapped In Plastic (Feat. Human Furnace)

Bonus Tracks:
Performed by Bitch Wrangler  ‘Spitef*ck’
15.Bad Seed

For more info, visit: FercociousRecords.com and Facebook.com/pages/Ferocious-Records


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  • Lucas Paulucci Pereira

    Great work !

  • Santeri Saarela

    Sounds too much like Lamb of God overall.

    • ramo216

      Other than Randall Blythe, it sounds nothing like Lamb of God.

      • kmdyf

        i second that opinion

  • lucas