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Kittie, Into Eternity Members To Guest On New Kataklysm Album

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Kataklysm vocalist, Maurizio Iacono, has posted the following album update on the band's official website:

Hey guys -

Little update for you all regarding the new album... I received a call today from our producer/guitarist J-F, informing me that the drums are almost all done and they sound monstrous!! Max once again has done a killer job and put a lot of feel into the songs. We're going less mechanical and more organic on this album, brutality most be felt the right way.

Yes the rumors are true... next weekend we will have Morgan Lander from KITTIE doing a guest appearance on the new album. For some people this must feel like a weird combination, but rest assured that Iwill turn Morgan from an angel to demon and she will be spitting fire under our wings!!.. Other Canadian musicians, such as INTO ETERNITY's Rob and Tim are also schedualed to appear on the album as special guests, doing solos and guest appearances. More details to come...

Don't forget - next weekend's Xtreme Distortion Festival in Laval (QC) Canada... Last show for Kataklysm in awhile.

Source: Kataklysm

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1. Dave writes:

You're right, that is a "weird" choice for a guest spot!

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2. Filip writes:

That's quite gay, Fred Durst would've been a better choice.

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