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Pirosaint Working On First New Material In Fifteen Years

Pirosaint has announced that it will begin the recording a brand new album after almost 15 years of silence. The band originally formed in Santiago, Chile in 1988 and now with new members, has started recording an EP at Oily Sound Studios in New Windsor, NY. The new material will be available by May/June of this year.

Many things have changed since Pirosaint disbanded in 1998 in Chile. Original drummer Ignacio Orellana has been working hard putting back together his original band with the help of his latest band mate Ron Buckner,who joined in May of 2011, when they decided leave Downfire to reactivate Pirosaint.

When Ignacio had the chance to replace Sacred Oath's drummer Kenny Evans for a few shows due to back problems, on the "Sacred Oath Tour" last Oct/Nov 2011, he asked guitarist Bill Smith to join Pirosaint as a side project. Since then, Bill has been working with Ron and Ignacio, putting the old and new material together.

The band has no steady singer yet and the vocal parts are going to be done by a friend of the band. The name of the vocalist will be revealed prior the release of the album. Check out the instumental version of the track "The Debt That All Man Pay" below.

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