Swedish death metallers DESPITE have recruited Peter Tuthill (GODSIC, ex-CARNAL FORGE, CONSTRUCDEAD) as their new vocalist. The band will enter their own studio, Crehate Studios, in Gothenburg in a couple of weeks to record an as-yet-untitled new EP. The effort will be released, along with a music video for one of the songs from the EP, in March-April.

Says Peter: "With GODSIC hibernating, it was a natural step for me to join another band. I have insane cravings for going out touring again, and DESPITE is surely a band to be reckoned with as far as live shows go! Also, the material that we have written for the new EP is sure to blow everyone away! I even managed to get one of my songs among the five tracks on the EP. Can't wait to see all fans on the road again, both new faces and old ones."

DESPITE's sophomore album, "Clenched", was released in October 2010 via Dozer Records.


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Vocals - Peter Tuthill
Guitar - Timmy Leng
Guitar - André Gonzales
Bass - Matte D
Drums - Oscar Nilsson


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