CRIMINAL, the formerly Chile-based act who feature in their ranks ex-PENTAGRAM mainman Anton Reisenegger and former EXTREME NOISE TERROR drummer Zac O'Neil, are continuing work on the material for their new album, "Supersonic Death", tentatively due in early 2004 through Metal Blade Records.
The following is Reisenegger's latest update on the band's current activities:
"Zac came over [to Germany] from England for the weekend to work on new stuff. We wrote two entirely new songs. One is quite complex, with an odd time signature, but really heavy and with a cool drum arrangement. The other one is just really fast, plenty of blast beats and killer riffs, and a driving, epic middle section, sort of the style we found with the 'Instrumental'. So it looks like we're getting close to completing the writing for the album! Hopefully we'll be able to record around September/October. A big thank you to the guys from BRAINSTORM for letting us use their rehearsal studio!"
In other news, CRIMINAL have signed a worldwide publishing deal with Warner Chappell for their forthcoming studio album. There are also advanced talks with a major label to release the album in Chile, while the European territories will continue to be handled by Metal Blade Records.
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