Former MORBID ANGEL Members TUCKER And ANDERSON Collaborating On New Project

Former MORBID ANGEL bassist/vocalist Steve Tucker has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET that he is currently putting a new project together with fellow ex-MORBID ANGEL member Jared Anderson (also ex-HATE ETERNAL). "It is definitely death metal," Tucker said. "It is very early on, but we are both extremely excited about it. No name yet, a few songs written, varying in tempo etc."

Tucker was most recently involved with UNDERCURRENT, in which he plays guitar and sings. The group is rounded out by Tomaz Pilasiewicz (also of the band DISENTER) on drums, Anthony Gentry (Steve Tucker's brother from the band SUBVINYL) on bass, and Greg Reed (CEREMONY, DISASTERNAUT) on guitar. UNDERCURRENT's sound is is described as a departure from the death metal style of most of the group's bandmembers' past efforts.


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