DIE Parts Ways With Singer, Announces Replacement

Vocalist Simon Pedersen has left the Danish metal band DIE in order to focus on his other group FAIRYTALE ABUSE and his family life. According to DIE, "Simon has been an integral part of DIE and our music as frontman since the birth of the band, and he will be missed by us and many others. We support Simon in this difficult decision (it's tough to reach 30) and we wish him and FAIRYTALE ABUSE all the best in the future."

The band continues, "The search for a new singer ended quickly when we found Sren Christensen, a young musician with a voice that we all believe will be a perfect match for DIE. Listen to an excerpt from the title track from 'Rise of the Rotten' here for an idea of what to expect.

"The recording of our upcoming debut album, 'Rise of the Rotten', proceeds as planned and as the mixing and mastering will happen at the Antfarm Studio (with Tue Madsen), it will end up sounding as good at it possibly can. Sren will record the vocals and we are sure that the final product will kick some serious ass! We believe that his vocal style will benefit our music greatly and cannot wait to let the rest of the world hear and see what we are about."

DIE's current lineup is as follows:

Tajs Kolman Lead Guitar
Jonas Mller - Bass
Rasmus Henriksen (PANZERCHRIST) - Rhythm Guitar
Bent Bisballe Nyeng (ex-PANZERCHRIST) - Drums
Sren Christensen - Vocals

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