PREJUDICE: New Album Update

Belgian death metallers PREJUDICE recently returned to Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland to begin recording the vocals for their fourth album, due later in the year via Greece's Sleaszy Rider Records. Mixing duties will be handled by Tue Madsen at his Antfarm studios in Århus, Denmark. Artwork will be created by Pär Olofsson (PSYCROPTIC, DEEDS OF FLESH, SPAWN OF POSSESSION).

Commented the band: "Erik [vocals] and Chris [Piette; drums] did a great job in the studio last week. The songs that have been done are just awesome compared with the older stuff. One of the new unreleased songs ('Exanimate') will be appearing on the sampler of, alongside IN-QUEST, ABORTED and other great Belgium bands presented on this disk of brutality."

PREJUDICE's re-releases of its previous albums (1996's "Broken Promises" [featuring the band's demo as bonus], 2001's "Reality" [which was remixed] and 2003's "Dominion of Chaos" [re-mastered]) through Sleaszy Rider Records have been delayed until sometime this spring.


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