Florida death metallers MORBID ANGEL have once again parted ways with bassist/vocalist David Vincent and have reunited with Steve Tucker.
Says MORBID ANGEL guitarist Trey Azagthoth: “I’m excited to announce that Steve Tucker and I are working together again for MORBID ANGEL and the next record will certainly be an amazingly sick World Beater!”
MORBID ANGEL is also believed to have split with drummer Tim Yeung, who joined the band in 2010 as the replacement for the group’s longtime drummer, Pedro “Pete” Sandoval, so that Pete could recover from surgery for a disc prolapse. A replacement drummer has not yet been announced.
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