Metal Church work on a new album
2013-05-13 by Voivod STAFF | 12 Comments

In continuation of their recent reunion for two live shows at the 70,000 Tons of Metal festival last January, US power/thrash veterans Metal Church -Ronny Munroe on vocals, Kurdt Vanderhoof and Jay Reynolds on guitars, Steve Unger on bass, and Jeff Plate on drums- are currently working on an as yet untitled new album.

According to Munroe:

We've got plans. We're going to start working on a new record and maybe do some festivals this summer. We'll keep everyone posted as soon as we make up our minds on that. We wanted to see how this went, and it went very very well. Kurdt has sent me a couple of things here and there, but it's nothing really that has stuck yet. He's got a few things to do, and then he's going to bury his head in writing some new stuff. It'll be phenomenal. He's a great writer. I'm really looking forward to it.


Drummer Jeff Plate commented as follows:

Everybody understands that this is a complicated business. A lot of things had to fall into place. We gotta get a good record put together and done first; to be honest, that's the first thing. There's a distance between some of the band members, but that's really not so much of an issue. It’s really getting the music to the ears of the fans, in their hands and then getting with someone who can put us in the right environment, at the right show, working with the right band.




Source:
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DrHouseSchuldiner
May 13th 2013
5643 Comments


The Metaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Churccccccccccccccccccccccch

TheNotrap
May 13th 2013
8065 Comments


Sweet.


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Pestiferous
May 13th 2013
1238 Comments


hope it's better than what they've recently released

MO
May 13th 2013
18630 Comments


nice

ViperAces
May 13th 2013
12428 Comments


skele would shit himself

AtomicWaste
Staff Reviewer
May 13th 2013
1992 Comments


That was a short-lived break-up.

Hope the new album riffs hard and has some "Agent Green"-style jams.

manosg
May 13th 2013
6070 Comments


Damn, good news.

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TheHamburgerman
May 13th 2013
1289 Comments


aweyeah!

KILL
May 13th 2013
71743 Comments


will prob suck

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DrHouseSchuldiner
May 13th 2013
5643 Comments


Noooooooooooooooo

linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
May 13th 2013
1874 Comments


Nice. I love their earlier album,s haven't really listened to their latter material. Worth checking out?

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DrHouseSchuldiner
May 13th 2013
5643 Comments


What church albums did u hear Linguist?



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