BELIEVER currently writing new album!


Legendary technical metal act, Believer, are currently in the process of writing their fifth album. It’s their third for Metal Blade Records and the follow up to 2011’s Transhuman, which was heavily spun on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal and received stellar reviews in print and online. Believer also performed at last year’s New England Metal and Hardcore fest. Since then, the band has been writing new material.

Founding member Kurt Bachman elaborates; “As we begin the writing process, I feel that this will be the most sensual of all Believer releases. Once again we are striving to create something unique, while not throwing away any riff just because it might not fit the typical Believer mold. This is part of the process we love and hate. We love being creative, yet we place intense pressure on ourselves to write something we’ll enjoy hearing and playing at least 2060 times. Of course, we are sticking to our two main goals: 1) Have fun and 2) Don’t die in the process.”

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