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Benediction To Enter The Studio Next Year

British extreme metallers Benediction has posted the following message online:

"First off, a big thank you to everybody that turned up to the shows on the tour.also apologies to the few shows that got cancelled, this was beyond our control due to tour bus issues,fire,breaking down etc etc!!! A special mention has to go out to HOLY MOSES and NOMINON, who we are privileged to know and stuck together when all manner of shit was happening to us all on tour. In particular we would like to thank holy moses guitarist Michael who managed to fix just about everything that we broke on the tour!!! We love you matey.

"Now then, our plans for 2009.benediction will be going into the studio again in January/February to record the follow up to Killing Music. It is now written and its down to the fine tuning and choosing what tracks to be on the final recording. To promote this release the band will only be doing festivals and one off shows worldwide except for a Balkans tour which was missed out on the No Reunion Required tour. It will be our 20th anniversary as a band in 2009 and we intend to make some sort of event for ourselves for it.

"The reason for just festivals? Being on a tour bus limits where you can get to country wise. A plane flight can get you anywhere in the world much quicker which means reaching more people to distribute the metal to! After this there are no plans. Let's see how much mayhem we can create on our 20th anniversary festival tour and see who comes out of it alive before any new plans are hatched.

"Thanks for your support on the Benediction / Holy Moses / Nominon tour 2008. It was a blast."

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