BIOGENESIS: The Rise, The Fall, The Rebirth is now available for pre-order at Soundmass Downloads – http://downloads.soundmass.com

Soundmass is very pleased to be releasing the new BioGenesis album “The Rise, The Fall, The Rebirth”. Originally formed in 1996 by front-man Chaz Bond (Jacobs Dream, Human Paradox), 11 years have passed since the release of their debut album “The Mark Bleeds Through” (2001, Rowe Productions). However, 5 years after their apparent demise, BioGenesis reformed with their original line-up. After a few reunion shows in their local area of Dayton, Ohio, the band began working on their new album – “The Rise, The Fall, The Rebirth”. With a style that crosses genres, you get an album spanning from power metal to death metal, with a touch of progressiveness – a sound which is uniquely BioGenesis. With influences like Iced Earth, Cannibal Corpse, Fear Factory, Deliverance, Disturbed and Nevermore, and guitarist John Berry (Jacobs Dream) guesting with his signature solos, “The Rise, The Fall, The Rebirth” sees the band coming back stronger than ever! As a bonus, everybody who pre-orders a physical CD of “The Rise, The Fall, The Rebirth” from Soundmass Downloads will immediately receive a free instant download of the album to listen to until they receive their copy in the mail. Included with the BioGenesis download is the full artwork (including lyrics) in PDF format. Physical CDs are due in stock late August but samples of all the songs can now be heard at http://downloads.soundmass.com/products/biogenesis-the-rise-the-fall-the-rebirth

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