Ex-SLAYER Drummer JON DETTE Quits HAVOCHATE, Launches New Project

August 17, 2004

Former SLAYER/TESTAMENT drummer Jon Dette has officially left HAVOCHATE after laying down the drum tracks for their upcoming self-titled sophomore effort at Pyramid Sound Recording Studios in Ithaca with producer Alex Perialas (TESTAMENT, ANTHRAX, OVERKILL). He has since teamed up with original PUSHED guitarist Peter Scheithauer in a "completely brutal," as-yet-unnamed new project which is scheduled to begin recording their debut demo in Los Angeles next week. Joining Dette and Scheithauer in the new group is an unknown vocalist from Florida by the name of Dave Pullaro. Bass duties on the demo will be taken care of former SYSTEMATIC and current MY RUIN bassist Johnny Chow. More information will be made available soon.

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