Once-promising North Carolina metallers CONFESSOR have regrouped and their branch-off group, FLY MACHINE, have ceased to exist, according to Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles. The reformed CONFESSOR reportedly features all of the original members except for guitarist Ivan Colon, who passed away last year. In the beginning of 2003, Earache Records will release a CONFESSOR compilation made up of the album "Condemned", the CONFESSOR EP and some live tracks recorded at London's Astoria on the Gods Of Grind Tour. The band will also record a new demo in the next few months that will be shopped to labels. Some US tour dates are being scheduled for next year.


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