EXHORDER Frontman Offers Update On Recent Activities
EXHORDER/FLOODGATE frontman Kyle Thomas has issued the following update on his recent activities: “A bootleg [CD] of unreleased studio and live London [England] tracks [from FLOODGATE] could be coming soon. On the EXHORDER front, I'm sorry to say things are bleak as of now. It really would not take much to get close to a finished product, it's just that (as usual) we can never seem to hit on all cylinders simultaneously. I am currently working on a studio project with Dax Thieler (GREEN LEAF CULT) and [DOWN drummer/EYEHATEGOD guitarist] Jimmy Bower that is truly some of my best work yet in my opinion. Dax started it and I'm gonna kill him for taking me out of retirement. Thank god he did, actually. The bastard wrote some heavy hooks. Expect it to be de-tuned heavy stoner sounds with few boundaries. Once again, I love you all. Now leave me alone. For a little while... Love Kyle”
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