Ex-MARDUK Members LEGION And B.WAR: 'The Gut Feeling Is Definitely There This Time'

January 16, 2006

REBELANGELS, the new California-based project formed by ex-MARDUK members Legion (a.k.a. Erik Hagsted; vocals) and B.War (a.k.a. Roger "Bogge" Svensson; bass),have issued the following update on their current activities:

"The band has recorded 13 new songs since the last update and it seems like the puzzle-pieces [are] starting to come together. The gut feeling is definitely there this time and as we speak we are putting down the final touch on the new songs that are going to be displayed online in the weeks to come. We have removed the previous audio sample from the webpage since it is no longer representable for our sound. Some new tracks are 'Blood in the Water', 'Instigator', 'Fire Walk with Me' and 'Nothing to Shield Them'. We'll give you some music as soon as it is mixed and ready."

REBELANGELS' lineup includes a guitarist by the name of Jimmy, whose playing style is said to be "heavily influenced" by James Hetfield, "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott and Zakk Wylde.

Hagsted and Svensson had previously described REBELANGELS as "a dark, heavy rock band with big heavy riffing and normal, raw vocals."

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