CHEMICAL VOMIT: Drummer SPIKE KANE Rejoins The Fold
Birmingham, England grindcore/noise band CHEMICAL VOMIT has announced the return of former drummer Spike Kane to the group's ranks.
CHEMICAL VOMIT is currently writing material for its debut album, tentatively due late 2006/early 2007. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Hulk Hogan is Gay", "We Are an Anal Cunt Ripoff Band" and "Defending Dave Mustaine".
CHEMICAL VOMIT recently announced that its debut album will include a guest appearance on one or two tracks from BAL-SAGOTH keyboard player Jonny Maulding
Formed in 2005 with a two-piece lineup, CHEMICAL VOMIT gradually evolved into a full-fledged band. Last year also saw CHEMICAL VOMIT getting signed to small independent label, DeathDeaf Records. Two of the band's songs — "Dragon Porn" and "Doug Has Acne" — were used for the "Created to Kill" compilation CD.
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