Swedish black/thrash metal band BESTIAL MOCKERY has posted the following message on its official web site:

"After the departure from Hell's Metal Festival in Germany, the BESTIAL crew went to Sweden Rock Festival, where [Ted] Bundy [guitar] and Devilpig [bass] ended up in a fight. Due to Devilpig's high alcohol consummation, he ended up in a coma after the fight and two days later he was confirmed as dead and the doctors pulled the plug! His last wish was that 'Chainsaw Fucking Down the Church' would be played on bagpipe, this will not happen and... BESTIAL MOCKERY have now went down into the grave! There will still be several releases out in the coming year since much is recorded. But now you must fuck off!"

BESTIAL MOCKERY's latest album, "Gospel of the Insane", was released earlier in the year via Osmose Productions.


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