Coroner to begin work on first album in 21 years

Posted by Metal Dude on Sunday, June 8, 2014 at 7:24 AM (PST)

coronerAfter spending the last few years playing a series of reunion shows, Coroner guitarist Tommy Vetterli revealed that they have decided to begin work on a new album, which will be their first since 1993’s Grin, and their first without longtime dummer Marky Edelmann, who left the band earlier this year, and has since been replaced by Diego Rapacchietti. Asked in an interview with if the legendary technical thrash metal band is interested in putting out new music, Vetterli replied:

“Sure. That’s actually one of the reasons why Marky wanted to leave the band. I can’t say when [a new studio album might arrive]. It’s just what we want. But everybody’s very busy, you know — me producing bands in the studio all the time. And after ‘Grin’, it’s not easy to…If we do something, it has to be very good. We’re gonna start to write songs and then see what happens. I don’t know yet [how it will turn out].”

You can watch the interview below.

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