DEICIDE Drummer Contributing To Hardcore Project Featuring CANNIBAL CORPSE, Ex-TERROR Members

Veteran death metal drummer Steve Asheim (DEICIDE, ORDER OF ENNEAD) recently entered Deg Entertainment Studios in St Petersburg, Florida to lay down drums on a song for an upcoming New York hardcore-style project featuring guitarists Rob Barrett (CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Doug Weber (ex-TERROR) and drummer J.C. Dwyer (RAPED APE). More details on the project will be released soon.

With a carrer spanning over 25 years, Asheim has played drums on a combined 16 international releases, completed over 80 international tours and is showing no signs of slowing down with a new DEICIDE release slated for 2013.

"[While] DEICIDE is my main focus, it leaves me with a lot of time off between tours," said Steve. "I am not complaining, but I would like to expand into other areas with my career in this time off. In the past I have experimented with my side project ORDER OF ENNEAD, done some drum clinics and some session work here and there. This was all really cool and a great experience. I would like to keep my hands and my mind busy and continue to focus in these areas when I have down time. Currently, I am working on new material for DEICIDE, ORDER OF ENNEAD and some DEI-gigs coming too. You know the drill."

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