GRIMFIST: New Lineup Revealed

GRIMFIST guitarist Ole Walaunet has issued the following update on the Norwegian band's upcoming activities:

"As some of you've noticed, we're confirmed for the Inferno kick-off show in London on the 27th of January.

"With regards to the line-up... In early January, Dustin Pearl is coming over from California to join GRIMFIST! An awesome drummer and a great fucking guy. If everything works out well, he'll become the permanent skinsman for GRIMFIST. We are extremely excited and can't wait to start bashing our heads together! The mighty Ares from AETERNUS is joining us on bass as a session musician. This will be GRIMFIST's debut-gig, so we wanna see you guys go fucking nuts over there!!

"In a couple of weeks I'm heading up to Skarrabakje and the sunnmørske Trollish mountains for another session of pre-production alongside Frediablo in Godfed Studio. I CAN promise you this: The new album will fucking slay!!!"


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