BELPHEGOR: Drummer Search Continues
Austrian extreme metallers BELPHEGOR have issued the following update:
"Drummer search continues! ...again! The last session drummers didn't work out when it came to worldwide touring. The group is still seeking a talented, experienced Europe-based drummer. A buddy with a professional attitude and focus to be in the band for real. BELPHEGOR have an album to finish writing and many tours to go on. If you think you have a shot, send us a detailed message and hit us up at: [email protected]
"First off, please realize that it will have no effect at all on our activities, touring and otherwise. The core is solid and ready to kick some serious ass. Of course it's irritating to always have new drummers, but that allowed us to surpass ourselves every time, through the hiring of better musicians..."
BELPHEGOR's most recent session drummer was Robert Kovacic of the Dutch/Slovenian brutal death metal band SUPREME PAIN. A video clip of BELPHEGOR performing the songs "Hell's Ambassador" and "Seyn Todt In Schwartz" on June 20, 2007 at W2 in Den Bosch, Netherlands has been posted at YouTube.
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