AGRYPNIE Seeking Keyboardist
AGRYPNIE, the band formed by NOCTE OBDUCTA singer Torsten Hirsch, is seeking a keyboard player to complete its touring lineup.
AGRYPNIE will release its second album, entitled "Exit", on August 8 via Supreme Chaos Records.
According to a press release, fans can "expect a fascinating black metal-oriented album. This time the drum computer will be replaced by a real drummer."
The new CD contains 11 tracks and has a total running time of more than 60 minutes. René Schott (RISING HATE, ANGELUS MORTIS) took care of the drum duties the effort.
For the first time, the lyrical concept has not been developed by Marcel Va. Traumschänder (NOCTE OBDUCTA), but by Torsten himself together with Marco from PANTA RHEI PROJECT.
Torsten Hirsch (ex-NOCTE OBDUCTA) - Vocals, Songwriting
Andreas Ballnuss (PHILOSOPHOBIA, PAUL DI'ANNO) - Guitar
Domenik Papaemmanuil (WASTEFALL) - Guitar
Carsten Pinkle (ex-AUTUMNBLAZE, CHEENO) - Bass
René Schott (RISING HATE) – Drums
"Exit" track listing:
02. Die Last der Erinnerung
05. Fenster zum Hof
07. Während du schläfst
10. In den Weiten
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/agrypnieband.
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