Guitarist/vocalist Kurt Bachman of the reactivated late '80s/early '90s technical-thrash metal band BELIEVER has posted the following message on the group's MySpace page:"I'm happy to report that the work [on the new BELIEVER album] is flowing nicely. We really can't wait to start mixing, but we have some finishing musical touches to put down first. The plan is to start vocals very soon and hopefully crush through those. We need to put some minor guitar parts in also and some other 'interesting' things. Very few have heard the songs, but we've been getting amazing positive feedback from those who have-both longtime BELIEVER fans and some who have only heard bits and pieces from our past. Thanks again to all of you who have been keeping the buzz alive by posting the vids and tunes on your MySpace and web pages and introducing others to our stuff!" BELIEVER's albums "Extraction from Mortality" (1989), "Sanity Obscure" (1990) and "Dimensions" (1993) were made available on November 5 via Poland's Metal Mind Productions in a new digipak edition on golden disc, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology and limited to 2,000 numbered copies. BELIEVER performing live in 1991 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida:
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