Marionette Writing New Material
Swedish metal band Marionette has issued the following statement:
"The New Year is upon us, and it’s going to be super busy! After Reiterfestspiele, we immediately began collecting and putting together song ideas and working on some new riffs: some of which had been written right after Spite was recorded, and some that were completely new. Before we knew it we had written a handful of songs. The writing process thus far has been awesome, working with our new guitarist Anton has been awesome: he has really been a great complementary force to where we are heading musically. Let’s just say that the next album will be more extreme in every way than Spite.
We leave for the UK this week and we are very stoaked to be heading over there for the first time! The UK has always been a stronghold for Marionette fans – very supportive! - and we cannot wait to bring our live show over there. We look forward to meeting everyone at the show and enjoying our first trip as a band to the region: we know it won’t be the last! We will end the trip with a gig in Tilburg at Little Devil in the heart of the town. We are looking forward to this, as it is our first time playing in the Netherlands! See you in the moshpit!"
Marionette has confirmed the following tour dates so far for 2009:
January 17, 2009 – Academy 2, Newcastle, UK
January 19, 2009 – Bar Academy, Birmingham, UK
January 20, 2009 – Academy 2, Bristol, UK
January 21, 2009 – Bar Academy Islington, London, UK
January 23, 2009 – Little Devil, Tilburg, Netherlands (Kreator after-party!)
February 7, 2009 – Meeths, Gothenburg, Sweden
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