A KILLERS CONFESSION, the new project of former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis, has released a 1:30 studio teaser of their debut single “A Killer’s Confession” on REVERBNATION. The single, which will be released on Halloween, comes from the debut full-length, “Unbroken”, being released in early 2017 on (Megadeth bassist David Ellefson’s) EMP Label Group.
The teaser can be viewed at this location.
Due to overwhelming fan interest, AKC has also announced an “Early Bird” CD and LP Pre-order, available now from empmerch.com.
From Waylon Reavis Facebook: “We got SO many of you blowing us up in comments and messages this week asking if you can pre-order #UNBROKEN, or how to support it being made, that we talked to EMP (Label Group), and decided to launch a special early bird pre-order that is available NOW! So RIGHT NOW you can pre-order CD or LP versions of #UNBROKEN, and get the “A Killer’s Confession” single on 10/29, 2 days before it hits online retailers. Thank you so much for your support, it means the World to us. #AKC #UNBROKEN.”
REAVIS livestreamed on FACEBOOK live from Third Sky Studios in Richmond, KY this weekend, and gave fans a preview of the track and announced the single and pre-order. It was also announced that album art for UNBROKEN is being done by legendary horror artist “Mister Sam” Shearon, responsible for artwork for Rob Zombie, Fear Factory, Rammstein, Iron Maiden, Arise In Chaos, Clive Barker (Books of Blood, Hellraiser), IDW Publishing (KISS, MARS ATTACKS, THE X-FILES, JUDGE DREDD) and more.
UNBROKEN is being Co-Produced by Reavis and EMP’s Thom Hazaert, with Engineer/Mixer Richard Easterling (American Head Charge, Doll Skin, Emperors and Elephants) at Richmond, KY’s THIRD SKY STUDIO, responsible for recent releases from American Head Charge (Tango Umbrella), Doll Skin (Furious Fixation), Tantric, and more.
REAVIS was co-vocalist for MUSHROOMHEAD from 2004 to 2015, and appears on the albums Savior Sorrow (2006), Beautiful Stories for Ugly Children (2010), and The Righteous & The Butterfly (2014), as well as other projects including TENAFLY VIPER, which also featured former Chimaira bassist Jim LaMarca.