American bass player Steve DiGiorgio (TESTAMENT, SADUS, DEATH) and Dutch bass player Jeroen Paul Thesseling (SALAZH TRIO, OBSCURA, PESTILENCE), globally renowned for their fretless signature playing, have teamed up to work on a brand new world-fusion-metal group named QUADVIUM. They have been joined by talented Dutch fusion-metal drummer Yuma Van Eekelen (OUR OCEANS, EXIVIOUS, PESTILENCE).

Steve and Jeroen said in a statement: "About ten years ago, we already had the idea in mind to form a group together. Using two fretless basses in one production is a different concept; we often discussed it in the past. Further completion of the lineup is in progress. Soon we start writing, collecting ideas for a debut and expect to announce a fourth member on short notice."

TESTAMENT will release its recently completed new album in 2020. OUR OCEANS' second LP will also arrive next year. SALAZH TRIO released its debut album, "Circulations".


Steve DiGiorgio - bass
Jeroen Paul Thesseling - bass
Yuma Van Eekelen - drums


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