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Martin Söderqvist, formerly of the now defunct Hostile Cell, has issued the following update about his new band Debbie Ray:
"The Debbie Ray recording process is done for now. We are currently mixing three new songs and thinking about how they will be released in the best way. We are either putting them out directly on Itunes, as separate tunes, or putting them on a remastered 'Artificial Misery' album that would be released in Europe through a label that we have recieved an offer from. We will decide in the next few weeks.
"In other news, I just went to listen to some new tunes that Johan X Svensson and Eric Olausson are working on and I was blown away. So I will for sure join them in this all new, yet to be named, project. The difference between this and Hostile Cell is that I will take a step back and just adapt to whatever music riff-maniac Svensson is coming up with and write to it.
"I can tell you that it will be extremely heavy stuff, but we are talking about clean vocals. We will start working on the material in about a week. I will not give a fuck about what the music industry in Sweden wants this time around. I will play because I love to play music."
Sweden's Hostile Cell officially called it quits back in April, and since then member Martin Söderqvist has been working with new band Debbie Ray. Martin has now issued the following announcement about forming another group:
"Apart from playing with Debbie Ray, which is pretty much standing still right now because we are in the process of a slow recording, I am in planning mode for a brand new band.
"The drummer will most likely be H-Can from Debbie Ray, and that's all I know right now. It will definitely be music that is unsensitive to trends, something that I want to play for the sake of creating good, hard music.
"Rock n hardcore, we'll see what comes out of our twisted minds once we start writing material. Right now I've just started looking around for a guitarist."
Martin Söderqvist of the recently disbanded Hostile Cell has issued the following update about the progress with his new band Debbie Ray:
"While Hostile Cell has been buried, I am busy with my new band Debbie Ray, featuring members from Plan 9 and Ironware. Our debut album is currently available via Itunes, or directly from Demon Doll Records.
"We are entering the studio on Tuesday to record three new songs that we will release digitally as soon as they are finished. We will keep releasing songs regularly, instead of waiting a year to finish an album. Our goal is to get the music out to there as soon as it's done!"
Further details on Debbie Ray are available at the band's Facebook page here.