Following DEICIDE's current European tour, the band are looking forward to putting some newly written material onto record. "The new material is the heaviest shit we've ever written." said bassist/vocalist Glen Benton in a press release. "This is sure to be heaviest record since [1992's] 'Legion'."Along with an upcoming recording session, the band have tentative plans to tour South America come January and February. Some new blood has entered DEICIDE in the form of Jack Owen (ex-CANNIBAL CORPSE) and Ralph Santolla (ex-ICED EARTH, DEATH). Glen Benton says that he is looking forward to continuing with the new lineup. "Everyone is getting along great. I'm excited to get out there and play again without any hassles," stated Benton. DEICIDE — who last year parted ways with guitarists and founding members, Eric and Brian Hoffman — are touring in support of their latest release, 2004's "Scars of the Crucifix".
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