CHUCK SCHULDINER's Mother Sets Record Straight On HAMMERHEART Dispute

Jane Schuldiner, mother of late DEATH/CONTROL DENIED frontman Chuck Schuldiner, has contacted BLABBERMOUTH.NET in order to clarify her previously published statement in regards to a possible legal dispute with Holland's Hammerheart Records over the fate of the final CONTROL DENIED album, tentatively due later in the year.

"The Schuldiner family has no war with Hammerheart," Jane wrote in an official statement. "We are trying to work out final details of the work Chuck left behind. We will be communicating with [Hammerheart head honcho] Guido [Heijnens] in the near future of how to resolve these issues. Furthermore, the Schuldiner family does not approve of physical violence. In closing, the recent comment made by the member of the Hammerheart staff that was referred to in the magazine article was made during her employment with Nuclear Blast America, NOT Hammerheart. As always, we appreciate the fans' support. Jane Schuldiner and family."

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