Cleveland, Ohio-based black metal band BLACK TRINITY is seeking a professional vocalist to complete its lineup. "After several failed attempts by others, we, once again, are looking for someone who possesses a strong voice with a traditional black metal sound (incorporating a unique, individualistic style)," the group writes in a press release. "He/she must be able to attend rehearsals twice a week (Tuesday at 7pm and Saturday at 4pm) and be willing to contribute financially to rehearsal space rent (approximately $40-$50 per month). BLACK TRINITY will not tolerate drug/alcohol abusers, no-call/no-show for practices, or other personal 'issues' that may interfere or otherwise hinder the progress and success of the band. He/she must also have own transportation and be willing to travel for future shows. Send inquiries to:[email protected],[email protected] or [email protected] or visit www.blacktrinity.com."BLACK TRINITY's debut album, "Demonic Pleasures", was released last year via Apocalyptic Records.
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