Former TAINT Frontman's HARK Signs With SEASON OF MIST

Season Of Mist has announced the signing of Welsh rockers HARK. The band will enter Monnow Valley Studios in Wales later this summer to record its debut full-length album.

Led by former TAINT frontman and acclaimed graphic artist Jimbob Isaac, HARK has already released one sold-out seven-inch single and has toured with RED FANG and CLUTCH throughout Europe.

Commented Jimbob: "HARK has poured our heart and soul into the formation of the band, as well as the three years of writing and playing together.

"Despite being a relatively new band, our history and work in previous bands have given us a sound and ethic that result in a hard-hitting delivery of passion and heaviness.

"Season of Mist's enthusiasm for Hark has been most welcome, appreciated and added more fuel to our fire. We're looking forward to working together, and can't wait to unleash the album."

You can stream and download HARK's debut EP, "Mythopoeia", using the Bandcamp widget below.

HARK is:

Jimbob Isaac (ex-TAINT) - Guitar, Vocals
Nikolai Ribnikov (ex-WHYTELEAF) - Bass
Simon Bonwick (ex-WHYTELEAF) - Drums


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