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Eulogy Reforms and Set To Record

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After a long hiatus, founding member Jarrett Pritchard has invoked the core trio of Tampa's now legendary death metal outfit EULOGY. Rejoined by Jason Avery, who spent many years fronting MONSTROSITY and drummer Clayton Gore of St. Louis' HARKONIN, the band is set to record a new album beginning on September 6 in Orlando with Jarrett at the controls.

Commented Jarrett: "At this point I have completed eight songs for the record and it promises not to dissapoint. On bass we have enlisted Mike Pogionne of MONSTROSITY/LECHEROUS NOCTURNE and at this time second guitar duties will be filled by none other than longtime friend Rob Barrett (CANNIBAL CORPSE, HATE PLOW, MALEVOLENT CREATION, SOLSTICE). At this point we have not approached any labels about the release and we intend to have the cap on it December 15, 2007 for an early 2008 release."

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. Chupacabra_hunter writes:

this should be cool,I always liked jason avery when he would stare at the demons in the sky while singing at the brass mug.

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2. Cynic writes:

Monstrosity link aye? Interesting. This band is underground and a half, never even released a LP. Maybe if they have a myspace I'll give them a listen.

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