HAIL OF BULLETS: New Band Featuring PESTILENCE, ASPHYX, GOREFEST, THANATOS Members

THANATOS guitarists Stephan Gebédi and Paul Baayens, former PESTILENCE/ASPHYX singer Martin Van Drunen, GOREFEST drummer Ed Warby and former HOUWITSER bass player Theo van Eekelen have selected HAIL OF BULLETS as the name of their new project. According to Gebédi, "the band will start rehearsing this spring. We will record a promo/demo CD this summer and we hope to record our debut album before the end of this year. We trust it will be a classic death metal album in more than one way. The material we've written so far is very strong stuff ranging from slow, doomy parts to the occasional blast beat. Funny thing to mention is that drummer Ed Warby has written most of the guitar riffs so far."

HAIL OF BULLETS has launched a MySpace page at this location.

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