SLIPKNOT Members To Contribute To DEATH Tribute Album
SLIPKNOT guitarist Mick Thomson and bassist Paul Gray have both been confirmed as "major contributors" to the forthcoming DEATH tribute album currently being put together by former DEATH/TESTAMENT guitarist James Murphy, ex-MALEVOLENT CREATION/SUFFOCATION drummer Dave Culross, ex-MALEVOLENT CREATION vocalist Brett Hoffmann and CKY guitarist Deron Miller, Murphy has revealed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. In addition, former DEATH/MASSACRE and current SIX FEET UNDER bassist Terry Butler will contribute "some bass tracks" to the CD, which is tentatively scheduled to be recorded beginning in mid-to-late August at SR Studios (MURDERDOLLS) in Des Moines, Iowa.
The exact track listing for the as-yet-untitled tribute CD is currently under wraps. However, the following cuts are definitely set to appear on the effort, according to Murphy:
01. Land Of No Return
02. Forgotten Past
04. Lack Of Comprehension
Murphy, who is spearheading the project and is the primary beneficiary of the funds raised through the sales of the album, has yet to secure a label deal for the tribute CD, which is expected to surface in early 2004. James is currently receiving treatment for a massive brain tumor with which he was diagnosed in August 2001.
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