SYSTEMATIC: First Recording With Ex-SLAYER Drummer Posted Online

July 6, 2002

San Francisco Bay Area's SYSTEMATIC have posted a cover of the BLUE ÖYSTER CULT track "Career Of Evil" via the group's official web site at this location. Recorded live during a recent jam session (with overdubbed bass),the song—which will NOT surface on SYSTEMATIC's next album—is the first recorded appearance with the group of former SLAYER drummer Paul Bostaph, who joined the band last December.

As previously reported, SYSTEMATIC have enlisted Howard Benson (i.e. P.O.D., MOTÖRHEAD, SEPULTURA) to produce the group's as-yet-untitled sophomore album, which is due to be recorded shortly at Benson's studio in Los Angeles for a late 2002/early 2003 release through Elektra Records.

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