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Crematorium Begin Work on New EP

Crematorium issue the following update on their myspace page:

"The question has arose 'what's next for Crematorium?'"

"Well, after our recent tour with PYREXIA, INFERNAEON and SONS OF AZRAEL we made the choice to work on a brand new EP which will feature 4-5 new songs, a few cover songs from bands that helped shape who we are as a band and possibly some live tracks of old songs. Our musical history has been paved with the full length then EP release formula. We feel it's the best way for us to progress as a band since we're not a band that likes to record every year. We like to expand our sound and then release a full length. EP's are like the middle of the road for us. More news on the EP as we make more progress."

"We're finally in touch with a reliable source for European tours! We've always wanted to tour Europe and we've heard the call from countless CREMATORIUM fans throughout the years. We always sat back and watched new bands get their chance without understanding why we could never find someone who could handle booking us but this problem has seemed to end. Sad that it's taken so long but better late then never."

"As for the US touring, it will happen again. We're just going to concentrate on the EP and the European tour for the time being. We want to head out through the US again, we love it out here but we really need to break new ground and start reaching new levels."

"We appreciate everyones support. All the fans, the bands, the agent, the labels (Prosthetic / Spare Change especially) the radio stations, the websites and anyone who's believed in us from day one. We will not let you down, we will not falter."

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