Photo: Steven Wallace
This is shaping up to be a stellar year for hard rock and metal in Denver. As we write this, another promising act is in the process of recording a debut full-length. And in what has almost become customary at this point in this here digital age, the outfit brought along a video camera into the studio to document the experience. After the jump, check out a clip of Nemesys drummer James Davis (above, far right) tracking his drum parts. Pretty cool.
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