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Leng Tch'e Looking For New Bassist

Belgium's razorgrind pioneers LENG TCH'E have issued the following update:

"It is a well known fact that everybody in LENG TCH'E is an incredibly talented multi-instrumentalist (PS: John Myung, stop e-mailing me for tabs). So instead of looking for a second guitar player, Nicolas will return to his original position as guitarist, leaving the bass player spot indeed vacant. If you think you have the balls to play bass in LENG TCH'E, tons of motivation, your own gear and transportation, then send your application to info@razorgrind.com."

LENG TCH'E will embark on their first foray into the UK in November in support of their latest album "Marasmus". Joining LENG TCH'E on this tour will be Glasgow's MAN MUST DIE and London's TED MAUL. The following shows have been confirmed:

Nov. 16 - Koksijde, Belgium - De Pit (LENG TCH'E only)
Nov. 17 - Brighton, UK - Engine Room
Nov. 18 - London, UK - Borderline
Nov. 19 - [to be announced]
Nov. 20 - Manchester, UK - Music Box
Nov. 21 - Liverpool, UK - Roadkill
Nov. 22 - Glasgow, UK - Cathouse
Nov. 23 - Dundee, UK - Westport Bar
Nov. 24 - [to be announced]

LENG TCH'E's latest CD on Relapse Records, "Marasmus", was recorded in September 2006 at CCR studios in Belgium and was mixed at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producer Fredrik Nordström. Mastering was done by Alan Douches at West West Side Music in New York.

MAN MUST DIE's latest album, "The Human Condition", was released on Relapse Records this summer. The group recorded "The Human Condition" with producer Jean Francois Dagenais at Studio Victor and JFD Studios in Canada.

TED MAUL have just released their debut album, "White Label", on Raise The Game Records. The album was recorded and mixed by Fredrik Nordström at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Source: Blabbermouth

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