PATHOLOGY Announces New Singer
San Diego, California-based death metal/grindcore band PATHOLOGY has announced the addition of singer Matti Way (DISGORGE, LITURGY, CINERARY) to the group's ranks. PATHOLOGY says, "We are very happy and excited to have such a brutal and talented singer performing with us. The music for the new album is almost complete. Matti has now begun the vocal writing phase. We plan on going to Double Time Studio around late January/early February to record the new album. We're also preparing to get some tours and fests in the works for 2009."
PATHOLOGY was formed in the beginning of 2006 by Dave Astor (BEING KILLED, THE LOCUST, CATTLE DECAPITATION). The band's debut album, "Surgically Hacked", was released in September 2006 on Amputated Vein Records (Japan). In July 2007, PATHOLOGY signed with Grindhead Records (Australia) to release the band's crushing malpractice, "Incisions Of Perverse Debauchery" (2008).
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