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Truth Corroded Gets New Drummer, Delays Recording of New Album

Adelaide’s Truth Corroded has issued updates on their new album among other things. Their new album, entitled "Worship The Bled," will be mixed and mastered in Sweden by Scar Symmetry guitarist Jonas Jkelgren. Because of a lineup change with Andrew Parkinson joining as their new drummer, the band has rescheduled the recording until July, and mastering in August. Liam Okninkski, the former drummer, has left the band to join the army but will still play a couple of final shows on May 22nd in Adelaide, and July 3rd in Brisbane.

Commenting on the recent developments in the bands line up and the upcoming recording, bass guitarist Greg Shaw says: "Andrew is a great drummer with a highly professional attitude and musical background, so the band is really pleased to have him join. He brings enthusiasm and a strong ethic that the band needs to take its music to the next stage. With most of the album being written by Mark ( guitarist ) and myself using a drum machine to map out the songs, the transition has been seemless. Andrew has started working on the new songs and we look forward to entering the studio with him in July. The new songs are some of the fastest the band has written, but also the most crushing. This album builds on the previous album 'Upon The Warlords Crawl,' but destroys using new methods."

"Worship The Bled" will be released in Australia in September through Truth Inc Records / MGM with the band currently working on licensing for the U.S., Japan and Europe for late 2010.

Source: Metal Obsession

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