Brand new rehearsal footage of DEATHDESTRUCTION — the Swedish metal "supergroup" featuring current/former members of EVERGREY, HAMMERFALL and DEAD BY APRIL — can be viewed below.
DEATHDESTRUCTION last year finished recording its debut album at IN FLAMES' IF Studios with producer Roberto Laghi (IN FLAMES, HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, LOK, SONIC SYNDICATE). A release date for the effort has not yet been announced.
Jimmie Strimell (DEAD BY APRIL) - Vocals Henrik Danhage (ex-EVERGREY) - Guitar Fredrik "Loppan" Larsson (HAMMERFALL) - Bass Jonas Ekdahl (ex-EVERGREY) - Drums
Formed in late 2003 by Danhage, Ekdahl and EVERGREY keyboardist Rikard Zander (who was handling the vocals in the band's earliest incarnation), DEATHDESTRUCTION began as an innocent "hobby project" before Henrik and Jonas realized they wanted to pursue the band more seriously. They eventually parted ways with Rikard and enlisted Larsson and Strimmell, both of whom were "very excited to join the band," according to the group's official bio.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/deathdestructiongbg.
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