Former PRONG/GODFLESH Bassist Reunites With KILLING JOKE, Pursues Other Projects

Former PRONG/GODFLESH and current KILLING JOKE bassist Paul Raven has posted the following message at

"My wife & I are waiting the arrival of our new son Liam Boyd Raven due any minute now. I am also tracking bass on the new KILLING JOKE album w/ Charlie Clouser from NIN. The album (which is being produced by the band & Andy Gill, formerly of GANG OF FOUR) is a crushing opus delivering the kind of unnerving music all our loyal KILLING JOKE friends will love. Looking towards a spring 2003 release through Sony Music... I am [also] finishing up an EP under the name SLOWLIGHT - Unringing the Bell. This will also be released on my own BM label in the New Year along w/ a full-length CD by GHETTOBIRD entitled As You Are I Once Was, As I Am You Will Be."


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