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Prejudice Writing New Material

Belgium’s PREJUDICE have posted the following update at their official website:

"We are in full writing mode as we speak for the upcoming recordings in January '07; so far things are going pretty smoothly. We have some surprises up our sleeves for this one. So far the material is a mixture of the last two records, adding a notch of brutality, groove and diversity. More news to come about who's going to do the layout and mixing duties. Stay tuned!!

Prejudice were looking for a new bassist in July this summer. No announcements have been made confirming a bassist since then, however. Prior to that, Prejudice announced the addition of session drummer Cristophe Piette (SOLIPSIST, MOTHRA) to the group's ranks.

As previously reported, earlier this year Prejudice inked a deal with Greece's Sleaszy Rider Records. The group will enter Excess studio in Rotterdam, Holland next January to begin recording their fourth album, tentatively due in the spring of 2007. Mixing duties will be handled by Tue Madsen at Antfarm in Aarhus, Denmark.

You can hear some of Prejudice's material at their MySpace page.

Source: Masterful Magazine

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