Bassist/vocalist Alberto Contini of the Italian thrash metal legends BULLDOZER has posted the following message on the band's MySpace page:"After many years Andy [Panigada, guitar] and I have decided to reform BULLDOZER. We are working hard on a new album which will be released in 2009, exactly twenty years after the recording of 'Alive In Poland', our last album. Official website will be on web before the release of it. The new album will be 100% BULLDOZER, 100% performed sound. It will be real! We'll start recording in August 2008. Thanks for your support!" Metal Mind Productions last year re-released four albums from BULLDOZER — "The Day of Wrath", "The Final Separation", "IX" and "Neurodeliri". Each title was made available in a new digipack edition on golden disc, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology, limited to a hand-numbered 2,000 copies, and featuring bonus tracks.
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