New York dark metallers CEREMONIUM will be reuniting for an appearance at the New Year's Malice Fest on Saturday, February 5 at Connections in Passaic, New Jersey.
The group's current lineup is the one featured on their "No Longer Silent" album — Thomas Pioli, Brandon Diaz, Chris Tredici and Brian Yost — minus Pasquale Reca, who is unable to partake in the proceedings "due to him not having a downtuned instrument along with other personal matters," according to a press release.
The band will be playing material spanning their ten years in existence with the possibility of playing never-before-released songs.
Although the reunion appearance is the only thing certain at the moment, there is talk of CEREMONIUM recording a third album.
The full lineup for the New Year's Malice Fest is as follows:
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On a related note, Extreem Music will be releasing a CEREMONIUM career-spanning CD collection early this year, featuring long out-of-print recordings the "Nightfall in Heaven" 7" EP, "Into the Autumn Shade", and "No Longer Silent". There will also be new artwork, pictures, show flyers and commentary from the band themselves. More information will be made available soon.
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