GENERICHRIST: New Drummer, Guitarist Announced

GENERICHRIST founder/frontman Tony Anderson (UNKNOWN CURE, UNSPEAKABLE ACTS) has announced the addition of drummer Marc Ciccosanti (A DREAM THAT DIED) and guitarist Nick Palmer to the group's ranks. The band is currently working on material for the four-way split with NECROCANNIBALISTIC VOMITORIUM out of the Ukraine, FASCIST INSECT out of Ohio, and SARLACC from Pittsburgh for a late summer release. GENERICHRIST has also just released a split seven-inch limited to 300 copies on splatter vinyl with Philadelphia death metal band MENTAL FUNERAL that features the artwork of Chris Reifert (ABSCESS, AUTOPSY).

GENERICHRIST is working on songs for the follow-up to its 2009 "Fuck Ritual" record.

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