METAL CHURCH Guitarist On Upcoming CD: 'You Won't Be Disappointed!'

Long-running Seattle metallers METAL CHURCH are in the studio recording the follow-up to 1999's "Masterpeace", tentatively due in early 2004. All is going great with the new record and [it] will be completed by the end of January," guitarist Kurdt Vanderhoof said in a post to the band's official web site. "A release date will be up to the record company (big surprise). So, thanks for your patience and you will NOT be disappointed!!!!"

As first reported here in October, METAL CHURCH's current lineup includes original members Vanderhoof and Kirk Arrington (drums) alongside three new members, including vocalist Ronny Munroe, who had most recently spent time in the Seattle metal band ROTTWEILLER. More information about the group's forthcoming CD is expected soon.

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