Vocalist Simone "Som" Pluijmers has left Scottish death metallers CEREBRAL BORE and has been temporarily replaced by Shawn Whitaker.
Commented the band: "Som walked out on us less than 24 hours before the U.S. tour, and we were forced to either cancel or go ahead with it as an instrumental, if need be. We didn't want to let our U.S. fans down, so we went ahead with our buddy Shawn Whitaker on vocals for the tour. Show us your support and make Shawn feel at home; he saved us from a disaster."
CEREBRAL BORE's "Maniacal Miscreation" video can be viewed below. The clip was filmed at Upwood Military Base in Peterborough, U.K. with director Phil Berridge, who also helmed the band's video for "The Bald Cadaver".
"Maniacal Miscreation" is the title track of CEREBRAL BORE's debut album, which was released in April 2011 in Europe via Earache Records.
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CEREBRAL BORE formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 2006.
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