Drummer Hati Refaeli (pictured below) of EQUILIBRIUM has joined the Italian metal act KRAMPUS as a full member. Songwriting for the new KRAMPUS album is in full gear, and the band is undergoing musical changes that will both elevate them to the next level and pose a challenge to their eight bandmembers.

Commented Hati: "I'm very happy and excited to join forces with this talented and very promising group of young muchachos… I hope that this cooperation will bear fruits and that more people will enjoy the killer tunes KRAMPUS has to offer."

Added KRAMPUS frontman Filippo: "We are very happy to have Hati with use's an amazing drummer with a great style and a friend. We are sure he'll fit the team perfectly! He'll bring some fresh air and professional experience alongside his great attitude!"

KRAMPUS will play several shows in Europe later this year (to be announced shortly), before entering the studio for the second time in two years.

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