Robert Kovacic of the Dutch/Slovenian brutal death metal band SUPREME PAIN is sitting behind the kit for Austrian extreme metallers BELPHEGOR on their "Pestapokalypse VI" tour as session drummer. A video clip of BELPHEGOR performing the songs "Hell's Ambassador" and "Seyn Todt In Schwartz" on June 20, 2007 at W2 in Den Bosch, Netherlands has been posted at YouTube.

In other news, SUPREME PAIN has posted the cover artwork for its debut album, "Cadaver Pleasures", due later in the year via the U.S. label Comatose Music. Check it out on the band's MySpace page.

SUPREME PAIN will join forces with U.S. evil death metallers EVIL INCARNATE for a split 7", to be released through the U.K.-based Heidenwut Productions. SUPREME PAIN will contribute the track "Souleater", taken from their recently released promo CD "Lifeless Skin and Bones".


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