Former Slayer, Exodus Drummer Paul Bostaph Looking For New Band
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Drummer Paul Bostaph (SLAYER, TESTAMENT, FORBIDDEN, SYSTEMATIC) has issued a statement regarding his recent departure from EXODUS and his future plans.
Commented Paul: "As you all have already heard (and in case some have not), I have parted ways with EXODUS. They now have their original drummer Tom Hunting back in the band. I always said from the start if Tom ever wanted to come back, the drum throne is his. I have the greatest repect for Tom and his playing. He is truly a thrash legend. Thanks to the EXODUS guys for the fun ride. I'm sure the new record will kick ass! As for me, I'm looking for gigs and or a new band to work with."
In other news, Paul is no longer an endorser for Tama Drums. He is now proud to represent Sonor Drums and their products.
EXODUS recently completed a European headlining tour in support of its latest CD, "Shovel Headed Kill Machine", which was released in October 2005 via Nuclear Blast Records. Recorded at Trident studios in Pacheco, California and mixed by Andy Sneap (SABBAT, MACHINE HEAD, ARCH ENEMY), the follow-up to 2004's "Tempo of the Damned" was the band's first album to feature Lee Altus (guitar; HEATHEN), Paul Bostaph and Rob Dukes (vocals).
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