DIABOLIC: The Truth And Nothing But The Truth

From the desk of Olympic Records:

Recently, conflicting press releases were issued regarding Tampa, Florida's DIABOLIC. Aside from the news posted at the official DIABOLIC web site (http://www.diabolicblastmasters.com) no press releases or news updates were seen or approved of by DIABOLIC'S record label or distributor. Unfortunately, due to the unofficial nature of the press releases, some misleading, false statements and negative comments were made. The truth of the matter is: Aantar Coates was asked to leave DIABOLIC and he does have a new band featuring ex-DIABOLIC members Jerry Mortellaro and Paul Oulette. UNHOLY GHOST is the moniker Aantar, Paul and Jerry have chosen. Meanwhile, the DIABOLIC line-up that just returned from Europe (Brian Malone, Eric Hersemann and Robert Cardenas) is currently auditioning new drummers and looking forward to recording DIABOLIC'S fourth full length album to be released through Olympic/Century Media this fall.


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