DE PROFUNDIS Seeks New Drummer

London-based progressive doom metal band DE PROFUNDIS has launched a search for a new drummer following the departure of David Andrews. The group is seeking an experienced London-based skinman, with a tight double-kick technique, crushing fills and some blasting ability. Any interested parties should contact the band through their MySpace page or via email (

Formed by vocalist Craig Land and guitarist Roman Subbotin in 2005, DE PROFUNDIS recently completed its debut album, "Beyond Redemption". The CD was recorded and mixed by Steve Watkins at Warehouse Studios, Oxford and then mastered by Tim Turan, who has worked with such artists as OPETH, EMPEROR, DIMMU BORGIR, 1349, and many more.

While maintaining the traditional crushing and eternally despairing sound of doom metal, DE PROFUNDIS also has many genre-defying and unique touches to its sound, such as jazz-funk slap bass, black metal blast-beats and a fully stereo guitar attack with technical guitar solos. DE PROFUNDIS also boasts an original logo by none other than the black metal legend Christophe Szpajdel.

DE PROFUNDIS is currently finalizing arrangements for the release of "Beyond Redemption". The band has already attracted interest of several promoters and venues from the U.K. and the rest of Europe.


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