March 11, 2002

Baphomet/Housecore Records, a joint venture between PANTERA's Philip Anselmo and NECROPHAGIA mainman Killjoy, have ended their business arrangement with Relapse Records in which Relapse was handling manufacturing, marketing and distribution for Baphomet/Housecore's releases. There has been no official word yet on the fate of the Baphomet/Housecore's signings, including the much-anticipated SUPERJOINT RITUAL (featuring Anselmo on vocals, C.O.C./ EYEHATEGOD's Jimmy Bower on guitar, ex-DEAD HORSE/current DEMONSEEDS bassist Michael Haaga, and ex-STRESSBAL/current DEMONSEEDS drummer Joe Fazzio),whose debut CD was reportedly completed in 2000, but has yet to see the light of day.

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