GOREFEST Reform, Begin Work On New Material

Veteran Dutch metallers GOREFEST have reunited and are currently writing material for a new album. "They have rehearsed a few times now the first day they played a few old songs but the second day they already started to write new songs!" reads a posting on the group's official web site, Gorefest.nl. "Three songs are already recorded and the guys are listening to them at home and playing around with them. [Bassist/vocalist Jan-Chris de Koeijer] said that at least one of the new songs is faster than everything they ever did. He assures us that the next record will be a hard and dark album, and he means very hard! When we will see this new album.... well, no hurries. In October they are going into the studio again to record some more but they don't follow deadlines anymore. They do it when they want to and don't want to feel that pressure anymore."

GOREFEST released several CDs through the Nuclear Blast label in the early 1990s before switching to SPV for their last album, 1998's "Chapter 13".

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