ANGELCORPSE Announces New Drummer, Begins Work On New Material

ANGELCORPSE is currently working on two albums' worth of new material with its new drummer Gina Ambrosio. "We will be re-signing with Osmose Productions," guitarist Gene Palubicki said in a statement. "We have not decided on what date we will enter the recording studio but it will be sometime before the end of the year. The new material is as brutal as ever, and so is our new drummer. I named her the corpse-skin death-drummer. MP3s will be available prior to the full-length album release for 2007."


Gene Palubicki - Guitar
Pete Helmkamp - Bass, Vocals
Gina Ambrosio - Drums

Palubicki will be recruiting a new second guitarist, to be announced at a later time.

ANGELCORPSE's last studio album, "The Inexorable", was released in 1999 through Osmose. A CD collection, "Iron Blood and Blasphemy", featuring a number of singles, EP tracks, covers, live recordings, and the "Goats to Azazael" demo, came out in 2001.


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