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Duane Timlin / Press

“BREAKING NEWS: Everyone here at the Sacrificial Slaughter (Official) camp and Ossuary Industries are very proud to announce our new drummer Duane Timlin! Duane is an old friend of ours and we are very happy to work with him on our upcoming endeavors. Duane will be joining us on the road this Fall as we support our latest release "The Great Oppression" throughout North America, Europe & United Kingdom! We will also be returning to Shaark Studio in Bzenec, Czech Republic to record our followup to The Great Oppression. For those of you that aren't familiar with Duane, here he is jamming with a little band called Dying Fetus. Now that being said, watch out for some big tour news and new album announcements coming soon! Cheers n' Beers”

Sacrificial Slaughter - Timlin Joins Sacrificial Slaughter

“‘Method Of Execution’. This time it’s done with Duane Timlin on drums (who competes very well with his predecessors Derek Roddy (Hate Eternal) and Alex Marquez, who happen to be both ex-MC members too). There isn’t really one death metal subgenre that is stuck with to on this album. One song tends a bit towards Cannibal Corpse (‘Random Beheadings’), another one reminds me of Morbid Angel (‘Dungeon Mask’), and a third, inevitably, seems to be influenced by Malevolent Creation (‘Surgical Strike’). Though they claim that all kinds of other music styles can be heard throughout the album. On top of that, you only realise that the CD takes almost 60 minutes, after it has ended: no boredom at all! Maybe this is due to all those different sources for their death metal,”

“Duane Timlin’s impressive drum work offers tight double bass syncopations and blast beats that extend for great periods of time”

“This is the Seventh Sick Drummer Magazine - Brutal Beatings E-Compilation and again, we could not be more excited about it! Coming off our last compilation that featured Death and Krisiun, we now get to release one that features Terrorizer and Spawn of Possession! We would like to thank all the bands for appearing and all associated labels for their efforts. This compilation features Terrorizer with Pete Sandoval, Spawn of Possession with Henrik Schönström, Fleshgod Apocalypse with Francesco Paoli, Terrordrome with Billy Stavrianidis, not to mention Duane Timlin appears on two tracks, and then there's some killer stuff from ten other bands. Be sure to share this around on all your pages, and thanks for the support!”