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Womb Raiders Part With Guitarist

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Womb Raiders and guitarist Jay have parted ways. "Musical differences and unprofessional behavior" were cited as the reasons for the split. Mike and Jose of Lustmord will be filling the void on guitars, and Joey of Hate Fuck will be doing live drums, and appearing on the next album from Womb Raiders.

Womb Raiders' plans for appearing on Obituary's Frozen In Time US tour are still on, and dates will be announced in the next couple of months.

In related news, Womb Raiders have released a new full length album on Death Rape Records called "CANNOT ESCAPE". The album consists of 8 songs, 3 are rare tracks recorded in 2003/2004.

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1. metalscrag writes:

what kind of sh** a$$ band would call themselve hate f***? wat a sh** a$$ name i wouldnt give that name the steam off my sh**

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2. bubu writes:

hate f*** what the f*** do these people want with that f***en name f***en a$$ holes u c***s..............

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3. kevin writes:

f***in sh**, this band name!

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4. Roy writes:

Is it really that f*****g bad??? I was gonna buy it! Some proactive comments please :-)

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