Bassist Kelly Conlon (DEATH, MONSTROSITY, VITAL REMAINS, FIRES OF BABYLON, INFINITY MINUS ONE) has joined the Arizona-based metal band WYNTERBORNE.

WYNTERBORNE describes its sound as follows: "Combining elements of heavy rhythms, melodic riffs and layered vocals is what this band is all about. Whether it's a teeth-grinding solo or catchy vocal melodies with rich harmonies, WYNTERBORNE delivers a stylistic approach that is often likened to popular bands such as KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ALL THAT REMAINS, LAMB OF GOD, UNEARTH, SCAR SYMMETRY, SOILWORK and IN FLAMES, to name a few."

WYNTERBORNE's current lineup is rounded out by Matt Turkington on vocals, Angelino Wood on guitar, Nik Clark on guitar and Vinny Handrick on drums.

WYNTERBORNE's latest CD, "Anatomy of the Soul", came out earlier this year.

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