BELIEVER Drummer Completes Work On New FOUNTAIN OF TEARS Album

Drummer Joey Daub of the the much-missed late '80s/early '90s technical-thrash metal band BELIEVER has completed work on the new album from his FOUNTAIN OF TEARS project, entitled "Fate". Tentatively due later in the year, the album will feature the following track listing (in no particular order):

01. Corruption
02. Desire
03. With My Fears
04. Falling
05. Ten
06. Jasmine
07. Forever Lost
08. Entropy
09. What Lies Ahead
11. Fate

Regarding the current status of BELIEVER, Daub said, "I am looking forward to getting back to working with Kurt [Bachman, BELIEVER frontman] on the BELIEVER front. While mixing the FOUNTAIN OF TEAR disc, we had talked about song and production ideas and we came up with some good stuff. I would love to get some clips up within the next couple months but you all know that things just don't seem to work fast with me, ha-ha. Seriously, though, as soon as we can possibly get anything up, we will."


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