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Ex Dementia

From: NJ, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Ex Dementia news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Ex Dementia Recruits New Bassist

Ex Dementia has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new bassist and working on a new EP:

"Greetings (insert clever surname for Ex Dementia fans)! A few little announcements. First, we are experiencing a slight line-up change. Our bassist Joe can no longer commit to EXD, due to tackling another profession, and will be forced to move out of state. Fortunately for us, he has been a great contribution to Ex Dementia, and a great friend. We are happy to have had him on at least one album, and a plethora of great shows (and not so great... Nor sober)! Exit Joe, enter... Joe. Coffin Joe that is. No, we're not all using stage-names now. That's just what I've always called him.

"Our new bassist, Coffin Joe is a Philly-based death metal NUT! He's an asshole, a great player, and hilarious... A perfect fit for us! We look forward to writing, playing, and recording with Coffin Joe in the future! So give a dead, stiff, and cold (in a box!) welcome! Ex Dementia is now:

Chris - Guitars/Vocals
Coffin Joe - Bass
Branden - Drums

"The next announcement is our next gig! We will be sharing the stage with Rottrevore, Malignancy, and Legionary! This massacre will take place Saturday, September 24th at the Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY!

"And lastly, our new EP! The new EP is entitled 'Crack the Coffin,' and is scheduled to come out late-fall/early winter on HPGD Productions! We already have 3 songs written, and hope to write 2 more, and throw in a cover. The songs we have written already are VERY. FUCKING. FAST. So fast, I cant keep up sometimes! But I assure you, come time to record, we'll be tighter than the pants on a Norma Jean fan. Within the next few weeks, more will be releasing song-titles, demos, etc. So keep your eyes peeled for that!"

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Ex Dementia Announces New Lead Guitarist

New Jersey death metal band Ex Dementia has issued the following update:

"All of us in Ex Dementia are proud to announce and welcome a new asshole to EXD... Matt Peterson! Matt is a long-time friend, and an even better lover. Who is Matt? And what will be left of him? Well, he's our new lead guitarist. And what will be left of him? Fuck you, don't take it so literal. It's a movie reference, dick. So we would like you to give him a warm welcome the way every Ex Dementia fan has... By getting drunk at our shows and yelling 'YOU SUCK!' from the back of the bar."

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Ex Dementia Checks In With Band Update

New Jersey death metallers Ex Dementia have checked in with the following update about performing at the Maryland Death festival and writing material for a new EP:

"Alright, it's been a little while since we've had an update on what we're up to. And for good reason... There's not too much to report on. Since the release of ‘The Red Mass’ we've been kind of taking a break in terms of writing. As most of you know, in May we will be playing the pre-fest to the biggest metal party of the year. And that is the Maryland Death Fest. So, really all we've been focusing on is comprising a solid set-list, and practice, practice, practice. We're also going to try and get a few dates booked before the pre-fest, so look out for them.

"Shortly after the pre-fest, we will be writing for our next EP! Were not sure on the details for the next release, but I assure you the songs will rip! We've been wanting to write for a while now, but as I said, we've just been practicing the set. So come June, we should have some fast, catchy and relentless (demo) tracks to preview! So keep your ears and eyes peeled (literally) for that!

"And lastly, we'll be reprinting our ‘Thou Shall Repulse’ and ‘In The Chapters of Horror’ shirts very soon. And hopefully by the fall (possibly Halloween), we'll have ‘The Red Mass’ design ready to print! But we'll see. Well, until May/June... Fuck off!"

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Ex Dementia Streaming Two New Songs Online

New Jersey's Ex Dementia are currently streaming two new songs online from their upcoming album "The Red Mass." The album's title track and "Dead! Nude! Dancers!" can be heard at the band's official MySpace page. "The Red Mass" is currently set for release on October 31st.

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Ex Dementia Announces New Album Release Date

New Jersey's Ex Dementia has announced that their upcoming album "The Red Mass" will be released on October 31st. The cover artwork for "The Red Mass" can be viewed here. Ex Dementia is also streaming the track "Mud and Blood" from the new album on their MySpace page.

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Ex Dementia Reveals New Album Artwork

New Jersey's Ex Dementia has revealed the cover artwork for their new album "The Red Mass." The art can be viewed here. Ex Dementia is also streaming the track "Mud and Blood" from the new album on their MySpace page. "The Red Mass" is currently set for an October release.

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Ex Dementia Posts New Song Online

NJ's Ex Dementia has posted a new song, entitled "Mud and Blood" on their MySpace page. The track comes off of their upcoming album, "The Red Mass," which will be released this October.

The band has announced the following guest appearances on the album: Chris Reifert (Autopsy/Abscess), Ross Sewage (Impaled), Parasitic Tim (Splatterhouse), and Admiral Nobeard (Swashbuckle). More...

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Ex Dementia Announces New Bassist

New Jersey based Ex Dementia has posted the following message online:

“We are proud to announce that we have a brand new bassist. Our old bassist had a lack of interest, and wasn’t financially stable. Our new bassist, Joe Van Hettiga is a long-time friend and great guy. Wish him luck… He’s gonna’ need it to tolerate us.”

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Horror Pain Gore Death Productions Opens Its Doors

The brand new Philadelphia based independent record label Horror Pain Gore Death Productions has opened their doors and launched their official website.

Horror Pain Gore Death Productions is a company that caters to the fans of underground metal! In addition to releasing our own titles, Horror Pain Gore Death Productions distributes various metal labels from around the globe, carrying an extensive selection of imported items with new products added weekly. Many of their titles are not available easily in the United States, and they pride themselves on their low prices (with free shipping) and customer service.

Specializing in death/grind/thrash/doom metal, Horror Pain Gore Death Productions has signed up and coming acts such as Ex Dementia, Mental Funeral and BSOM, as well as classic bands like Lethal Aggression. Staying true to the "old school" mentality, Horror Pain Gore Death Productions release vinyl as well as CD and DVD formats. Their releases are available internationally in the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Macedonia, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Sweden and the Ukraine.

Two new releases are scheduled for November 2008. Philadelphia's Mental Funeral will be teaming up with Florida's Generichrist for a split 7-inch record release. This release will be limited to 300 copies, pressed on splatter vinyl and features artwork from Chris Reifert of Autopsy/Abscess fame. Horror Pain Gore Death Productions will also release the brand CD from New Jersey's Ex Dementia, entitled "In The Chapters Of Horror." This release features, brand new tracks, live tracks and a cover of SOD's "Kill Yourself." You can order/pre-order either release here.

The label is currently searching for new, unsigned artists who are looking for promotion and exposure. Bands for across the globe can send in a press kit/demos to:

Horror Pain Gore Death Productions
3346 Princeton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19149
United States

If you are a record label or distributer and would like carry Horror Pain Gore Death Productions releases, visit their website and click on "contact."

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