ILLDISPOSED Turn Down Acting Offer, Prepare To Record New Material

Denmark's ILLDISPOSED recently turned down an offer to star in a TV commercial for the Danish beer company Tuborg, claiming that "the script for the commercial was too ridiculous and didn't meet our image at all."

The band, who were most recently signed to the Diehard Music label, will enter the studio this Christmas to record 4-5 promo songs for a future release. "It's gonna be great this time, 'cause this time we want to do it," the band said in an official statement. "We didn't want to make [last years] 'Kokaiinum' album — we only did it because of a contract. Now we are really loaded with energy and the desire of making a killer album again."

For more information on ILLDISPOSED, visit the band's official web site at this location.


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