HEATHEN Reunite, Begin Work On New Album

Acclaimed late '80s San Francisco Bay Area metallers HEATHEN have reunited and are in the process of finishing up work on a album of covers and originals, due in late 2003/early 2004 through an as-yet-undisclosed label.

"[Guitarist] Lee [Altus] and I just got back from Europe with ANGEL WITCH," drummer Darren Minter (DECONSTRUCT) said in a posting to the band's message board. "We are going to be putting the finishing touches on the 'Recovered' album in L.A with our producer Rob Beaton who also worked on the 'Victims Of Deception' album with us. This album is going to have 4 or 5 covers, 1 original, and demo stuff from the 'Victims' era that we realize crushes. We are finalizing a deal and should have it out by the end of the year. We also have 7 or 8 new songs in the can for a all new studio release next year (sorry, no new metal here) so now that we're back we will keep everybody posted on what's up with us."


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