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Malevolent Creation Begins Work On New Album

Malevolent Creation guitarist Phil Fasciana has posted the following message online:

“I know it has been some time since we have said much or updated things lately, but finally there are European tour dates posted on our MySpace page and there are more coming! Also, after much consideration and long talks between the three original band members of MALEVOLENT CREATION, we have to decided to stop fucking around! Just like all bands, we to have had our share of personal problems that have delayed things a bit. But we have to decided to continue touring around the world and after we return from our headlining tour of Europe with support from the mighty VITAL REMAINS and our friends from Florida WYKKED WYTCH in December, we will start the pre-production for a shitload of new MALEVOLENT CREATION songs for our eleventh full-length studio release. We are also going to re-record some songs from our third CD, ‘Stillborn,’ and also record some very cool cover songs from some of our favorite bands when we were little metalheads. Of course, there will be no suprises or weak material involved with these recording sessions and we are seriously talking about writing the fastest album we have ever written. I know all our CDs have a lot of fast songs, but this time i think we really need to let loose and just kick some serious ass.

"Not many bands have had the opportunity to have been around as long as we have, and everything could end at anytime. So before we decide to throw in the towel, we are gonna throw down the hardest MALEVOLENT CREATION album possible! The songs we have already started writing are so fast and brutal that we don’t want to mess with energy we have already created.”

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