DIABOLIC Replace Singer, Commence Work On New CD

September 12, 2002

Florida death metallers DIABOLIC have amicably parted ways with vocalist Paul Ouellette and have replaced him with ex-COFFIN TEXTS frontman Robert Cardenas. The revamped outfit are currently writing material for their upcoming fourth release, due out in spring 2003.

"The new material promises the unrelenting intensity and dynamics that DIABOLIC is known for," reads an official statement from the band.

In other news, DIABOLIC are preparing to embark on the European Vengeance Tour 2002 with BEHEMOTH and DESTROYER 666. The trek is scheduled to kick off on November 2nd in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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