SADISTIC INTENT Schedule L.A. Date, Explain Recording Delay
Long-running Southern Californian death metal band SADISTIC INTENT will be performing live at the Knitting Factory in Los Angeles, CA on Friday, December 2. Also appearing on the bill will be MORTICIAN and HIRAX.
In other news, SADISTIC INTENT have posted the following update on their official web site:
"To those of you who have gotten in contact about the recording, we simply have not been in the studio this year due to circumstances beyond our control. Like we mentioned before, studio engineer Bernie Versailles has been very busy and we have come to the point where we have to move on. Taking over the project will be our next studio engineer, longtime friend of Bernie's, Rudy PsykoPain, and we plan to get back to work in the studio by early next year. Our gratitude goes out to all of the trend-defying diehards for the ongoing metal allegiance, fucking hail!"
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