Foreshadow, a musical group that blends the core genres of death metal, black metal, old school thrash metal, to create their own, unique sound, has begun to deliver a plethora of lyrical and melodic genius to the world. Foretelling the turn of this generations appreciation of raw music and solid performances. Reigning from their infamous hometown of Tampa, Florida. Foreshadow uses their vocal and instrumental influences to comment heavily upon the lies that have enveloped as truth amongst the general population. Influenced by such mainstream artists who include Slayer, Metallica, Mudvayne, and Pantera, Foreshadow has completed their second release, a studio EP, "The Stranger End of Death". The album will be released to fans and fellow listeners independently, and will deliver the group's ideas and collective beliefs that are saturated in a sense of self empowerment and individuality. Recorded, mixed, and mastered at Spyder Studios in Cleveland, OH, with producer Tony Gamalo. Foreshadow's second release pays homage to Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, and the bassist for Primus Les Claypool; all of whom have served as inspiration for various members of the band. Band members, Daniel "Corkscrew" McConaghy (vocalist), Aaron Robinson (guitarist), Richard Hudson (drummer), and Perry Bassin (bassist), have been united under Foreshadow umbrella since January of 2008. Individually and collectively, alike, the band is extremely familiar to stage performance. Having opened for international death metal band, Dying Fetus, at The Brass Mug, as well as playing Fall Fest in Miami, Florida and the 11th Annual Deland Music Festival. Foreshadow is geared to begin production on a video for their first single, "The Meaning of Life". The success of Foreshadow, presently and in the future of the mainstream industry, stems from their ability to avoid the pressures and standards of metal music to dictate their visions and creative high. Ultimately, the group wishes to inform, motivate, and enlighten the mind set of their fans and fellow listeners through collaboration of a cross country tour, which shall promote the unyielding possibilities that their second release shall present to them as a band, and as individuals of the world.