San Francisco Bay Area metal act SYSTEMATIC — currently in the studio recording their as-yet-untitled sophomore CD, due in early 2003 through Elektra Records — have posted the following update via their official web site:"Well we're moving full-force now. No looking back. I guess we'll all have to see what comes of all this mess. "But besides that we just had a Halloween party last night and it seems that everyone is a little hung over. A couple guys from ADEMA came by and hung and somehow Dave (bassist of ADEMA) ended up passed out on our couch. Scooter from COLD was trying to jump a ping-pong table all night. Funny enough he was trying to do it with a scooter. "Speaking of COLD, they're finishing their new album right next door to us and let me hear some of the tracks. Lets just say when the album hits the stores, I will be there to buy my copy. The stuff is really good, and it's awesome to be next door to those guys. "But anyways I have made a new video so check it out. The next video should have some of the footage from the party. So check back in!!!"
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