BELIEVER: New Album To Feature 'Some Very Talented Guests'
Guitarist/vocalist Kurt Bachman of the reactivated late '80s/early '90s technical-thrash metal band BELIEVER has posted the following message on the group's MySpace page:
"It's been a productive week at Trauma [BELIEVER's recording studio]. Following some much-needed gear and software upgrades, the vox tracking is underway along with some other uncompromising insanity. We are very excited to be working with the gentlemen (and I use that term loosely) at Clandestine Music [based out of Dortmund, Germany], who will be handling the business side of things. There will also be some very talented guests lending their skills to this mess. God knows why they would want to work with us, but we're not complaining."
BELIEVER's albums "Extraction from Mortality" (1989), "Sanity Obscure" (1990) and "Dimensions" (1993) were made available on November 5 via Poland's Metal Mind Productions in a new digipak edition on golden disc, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology and limited to 2,000 numbered copies.
BELIEVER performing live in 1991 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida:
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