SYSTEMATIC: New Rehearsal Spot, New Tunes In The Works

December 10, 2003

Tim Narducci, vocalist/guitarist of the San Francisco Bay Area metallers SYSTEMATIC, has posted the following message on the group's web site:

"Hey friends!!! Long time no speak. Things have been in a different mode lately. We decided to pick up shop and move out to the Central Valley (Modesto, Ca.) for our new camp. [Drummer] Shaun [Bannon] and [guitarist] Adam [Ruppel] reside out there and we we're getting a little tired of writing and rehearsing in the same room since 1998. We thought it would be cool to get a new spot to jam and be creative in. So Shaun the foreskin, I mean foreman that he is took charge and gutted the room, built new walls, sheet rocked etc. etc., for what we need to make noise in this place a not get hassled by the neighbors. It's gonna be fucking great when its complete!

"Other than that, we've got a new tune in the can tentatively titled 'Save Myself' and many other ideas in the works. When the new pad is done we'll be able to stitch a bunch of these ideas together and start compiling songs known as a new record. I must say that what's been recorded so far has come out much above my expectations and fucking slams!

"I hope all of you are well and we miss you all, and look forward to playing in front of you all. Also there is something in the works at the end of the year that we'll let ya in on as soon as we can."

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