DEICIDE's GLEN BENTON: 'It Is A Pleasure To Send The Fans Away Pleased'

DEICIDE touring guitarist Jack Owen (ex-CANNIBAL CORPSE) has sent BLABBERMOUTH.NET the following tour report from the group's mainman, Glen Benton:

"Glen Benton reporting from Denmark... [Stand-in guitarists] Dave [Suzuki, VITAL REMAINS] and Jack are doing an awesome job and the set is up to an hour and a half… [We're] playing songs I haven't played in years, which is refreshing! And it is a pleasure to send the fans away pleased... Nothing but positive attitudes and pleased people just like it should be...

"There is alot of whys? All I can say is that it is all for the positive, and it shows every night on stage so to all you dicks out there ... 'till you have walked in me and Steve's [Asheim, drummer] shoes, go fuck yourselves...

"Onto other news...

"We are presently working on a full scale tour of South America for March 2005.

"More rotting truth to follow..."

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