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07.09.2009: Arbeiten am "Resurrection Macabre" Nachfolger (Pestilence)
Pestilence - Arbeiten am Patrick Mameli, Hauptsongwriter, Gitarrist und Sänger der holländischen Death Metal Institution, hat folgende News gepostet:

"Well, the touring, the festivals and the travelling, it all has come to an end for us. I think we covered pretty much all the countries in Europe we really wanted to go to!

"I want to give props and a big thank you, to the guys in the band — Tony Choy (bass, Atheist/Cynic), Peter Wildoer (drums, Darkane) and Patrick Uterwijk (guitar) for their input and strength to finish this tour. Also, a warm shout goes out to all the fans that have attended our show(s). We really appreciate this!!

"Now we will have a nice and long break to regroup and I have already started working on new material for the upcoming new Pestilence album. It’s so exciting to compose new songs using the RG2228GK (8-string) provided by Hoshino/Ibanez.

"Again, I will try to push the limit to new musical heights. The new material will be nothing like you’ve ever heard before from Pestilence, yet I will be trying hard to maintain the Pestilence style to a maximum. By now everybody should be used to the fact that no Pestilence album sounds alike. This new material will be out of this world!"
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