CEREMONIUM Resurrected; Bandmembers Needed

Guitarist Thomas Pioli (INCANTATION, HEMLOCK, OBLITERATION) has issued the following update:

"I have decided to reform CEREMONIUM along with original vocalist Oscar Matter, ideally to record another studio album, and then observe the way things take shape to possibly return to the world stage.

"The group have already recorded two full-length albums, a demo, 7" EP, promo CD, various compilation appearances and have a double discography disc titled 'Where Roses were Planted Thorns Grow' due out through Weird Truth Productions mid-February, most likely closer to March.

"We require a second guitarist, bassist and drummer whose influences include IMMOLATION, early INCANTATION, early PARADISE LOST, early MY DYING BRIDE, AUTOPSY, ENTOMBED, NIHILIST, CARNAGE, CREMATORY, EDGE OF SANITY and many more. Candidates should live in the New York / New Jersey area, able to rehearse once every week. To find out further info, please contact me @: [email protected]"


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