MINDGRINDER: Drummer NEX Returns To The Fold

MINDGRINDER, the Norwegian extreme metal band featuring ex-SOURCE OF TIDE drummer/keyboardist Cosmocrator (on bass/vocals), has announced the return of drummer Nex to the group's ranks. The band is currently in pre-production for its upcoming album and hopes to hit the studio as soon as all song arrangements and lyrics are ready. More information will be made available soon.

MINDGRINDER's sophomore album, "Riot Detonator", was released in May 2005 via Nocturnal Art Productions. Cosmocrator described the songs on the CD at the time as "extreme, brutal and intense, based on the strongest material from the first album, but taking it even further in all ways. The expression is way more dynamic, raw and complete this time!"

MINDGRINDER issued its debut album, "MindTech", in April 2004 through Nocturnal Art Productions.


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