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Control Denied start work on second album

Posted by Metal Dude on Monday, December 17, 2012 at 7:56 PM (PST)

Blabbermouth.net is reporting that the surviving members of Control Denied (the side project of the late Death founder Chuck Schuldiner) are working on the band’s long-awaited second album, with guitarist Shannon Hamm and producer Jim Morris of Morrisound Recording in Tampa, Florida reviewing material that they recorded prior to Chuck’s passing.

Control Denied originally began work on a second album, tentatively titled When Machine and Man Collide, in 2000, but were never able to finish it as Chuck died of brain cancer in December 2001. The remaining members of Control Denied did try to release the band’s second album after Chuck died, but had to abandon that attempt, due to legal issues between his family and Hammerheart Records (now known as Karmageddon Media), who signed Chuck not long before his death.

The only studio album Control Denied got to release was The Fragile Art of Existence, which came out in 1999 on Nuclear Blast Records.

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