ANGELCORPSE Guitarist Working On New Project

ANGELCORPSE guitarist Gene Palubicki is working on an as-yet-unnamed death metal/thrash project with drummer Gina Ambrosio (Gina will not be taking part in the ANGELCORPSE reunion, contrary to a previous announcement). More information will be made available soon.

As previously reported, ANGELCORPSE bassist/vocalist Pete Helmkamp has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET that the band is in the process of reforming. However, contrary to a previous report, a new drummer has not yet been secured. Pete and guitarist Gene Palubicki "are auditioning drummers as well as second guitarists," Helmkamp said. Parties interested in either position should contact Pete at [email protected]

ANGELCORPSE's last studio album, "The Inexorable", was released in 1999 through Osmose Productions. 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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