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Emeth Welcomes New Drummer, Kevin De Leener

Belgium's Emeth has issued the following message welcoming their new drummer, Kevin De Leener:

"We're proud to announce and welcome our new drummer, Kevin De Leener, to the band.
After playing merely 4 songs on the first audition together we knew immediately that he was the man for the job. Kevin is a well known musician in Belgium and previously played in several bands such as Suhrim, Fleshmould and more. Thank you all who sent their applications and showed interest towards Emeth!"

"Now, devoid of all the headaches and difficulties of previous members ego's and their personal issues this band has come to embody a refound sense of energy and freedom, and with the addition of Kevin - his talent and enthusiasm - which will allow us to move us forward. This means that this extreme death metal machine is on the roll again. We already got some new shows booked and more are coming. Which couldn't make us happier cause we are dying to get out there again & play for all of you who have had to wait so long on a chance to catch us live! We will replace Disavowed on the Meh Suf! fest in Swiss on 12.09.09 and hope to play plenty belgian and other european stages starting from July 2009."

"We'd also like to announce that we have started the songwriting for the follow up record to Telesis. The material for the forthcoming record can at this point best be described as a blend of Insidious style brutality, Reticulated style technicality and Telesis style heaviness.
More info will be revealed in due time."

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