DYING FETUS: 'It Is Great To Be Back In The Studio'
DYING FETUS have commenced the recording sessions for the group's next studio album, titled "Stop At Nothing" at Hit and Run Studios in Rockville, Maryland. "The drum tracks are nearly complete," states a message on the band's official web site. "It is great to be back in the studio after two years and we are excited about our new material."
In related news, second guitarist Mike Kimball has officially relocated from Salt Lake City to Maryland to join DYNG FETUS after being named a permanent addition to the group's lineup last month.
"The move from Salt Lake City went well," stated Mike. "I got to Maryland safe after four days and 2300 miles of driving. It takes about a month to settle in after a relocation like this. Working with John, Erik, Sean, and Vince has been awesome, and living near Washington DC is exciting (notwithstanding our recent events with the sniper assholes, which hit WAY too close to home). I'm thrilled to be part of DYING FETUS and I can't wait for us to get the new album finished and get busy playing some shows."
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