LENG TCH'E Announces New Guitarist
Belgian razorgrind warriors LENG TCH'E have announced the addition of guitarist Peter Goemaere (ABORTED, ex-EMETH) to the group's ranks. He replaces Geert Devenster, who left the band last month because his "priorities in life had changed and he wasn't having fun playing in the band anymore," LENG TCH'E previously wrote on its web site. "We respect his choice and wish him tons of success in his future endeavours. . . You can see [Peter Goemaere] in action starting next week on our trek with IMMOLATION, KRISIUN and DAWN OF AZAZEL."
LENG TCH'E's latest CD, "Marasmus", was recorded in September 2006 at CCR studios in Belgium and was mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström. Mastering was done by Alan Douches at West West Side Music in New York. A "heavier and more measured bludgeoning than previous records," "Marasmus" sees the band incorporating more pronounced death metal riffage to their pummeling grind assault, according to a posting on the Relapse web site. "Marasmus" finds LENG TCH'E "maximizing their already lethal damage per square riff ratio with a more deliberate sense of pace. An absolute blinder of a full-length, 'Marasmus' puts LENG TCH'E squarely at the forefront of the modern extreme scene."
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