Heart Attack - Stop Pretending

Stop Pretending, the debut album of Heart Attack, will be released on June 17th, 2013, on Apathia Records.

Here are the three extracts of this album :
-    Sweet Hunting (feat. Shawter of Dagoba) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7J7uDiGjviA
-    Stop Pretending : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNJBPNde5mw
-    Down The Way : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdXVY2W6I9s Artwork : http://promo.apathiarecords.com/albums/heart-attack-stop-pretending.jpg
Genre : Groovy Thrash Metal

Biography :
HEART ATTACK was created in 2007 by two schoolmates, Kevin Geyer (Vovals and guitar) and Flora Capello (Bass guitar).
In 2009, Heart Attack released its first EP “Lullabies for Living Dead” recorded at Artmusic studio (Nice) and masterized in Canada at Wildstudio (Job for a Cowboy, Krisiun…).

After the joining of Chris Cesari (Lead guitar) and Chris Icard (Drums) and more than seventy concerts, the band got more experience and more fame to propose shows always more intense and more dynamic which contributed to build them a good reputation around the French Riviera.

In 2012, Heart Attack moves up a gear with its first video clip “Stop Pretending” and they’ve also shared the stage with famous French metal bands: DAGOBA (three times in one year), LOUDBLAST, THE ARRS, OIL CARTER, ABSURDITY...
The band recorded its first album “Stop Pretending” which will be out on June 17th 2013, on Apathia Records. There are several participations on this album. A featuring with Shawter (Singer from Dagoba) on the song “Sweet Hunting” and William Ribeiro (Moghan Râ) on our song “1902”.

After several months of studio recording, HEART ATTACK is now ready to show is new album on stage.

Heart Attack is :
Flora Capello : Bass
Christophe Cesari : Rhythm & Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals Kevin Geyer : Rhythm Guitar, Vocals Christophe Icard : Drums

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Quelle: Apathia Records

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