SINISTER Shuffle Bandmembers, Launch Side Project
Long-running Dutch death metallers SINISTER have parted ways with guitarist Pascal Grevinga and bassist Alex. Ron van de Polder, who was involved in the songwriting process for 1992's "Cross The Styx" and this year's "Savage Or Grace", has been named the group's permanent guitarist. Polder, singer Rachel Heyzer and drummer Aad Kloosterwaard have already started composing material for their next studio album, "Heaven Termination", tentatively due in early 2004 through Nuclear Blast Records. In addition, the trio recently formed a "sick death metal" side project called INFINITE HATE, which has completed an album's worth of songs for an as-yet-undetermined label.
Among the tracks set to appear on INFINITE HATE's debut CD are the following:
01. Haunting Noises
02. Bound By Hate
03. Arrival Of Doom
04. Dreadful Gore
05. Built For The Kill
06. Primative Butchery
07. Tribute To The Dead
08. Terminal Conclusion
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