HOMO IRATUS Recruits New Singer

Greek death metallers HOMO IRATUS (also written as one word, HOMOIRATUS) have acquired a new singer, Alex (HUMAN REJECTION), for the band's upcoming shows and future recordings.

Alex (pictured below) made his live debut with HOMO IRATUS on September 30 when the group supported NAPALM DEATH in Thessaloniki, Greece.

HOMO IRATUS recently released a self-financed EP, "Truth Conquers All", and is currently writing material for a new full-length CD.


Alex (vocals)
Angelos (bass/back vocals)
Argyris (drums)
Kostas (guitar)

HOMO IRATUS's second full-length album, "Apocalypse", was released in 2004 via Crimes Against Humanity Records.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/homoiratusofficial.

Photo credit: Louis Kostantinou of Metalpaths.com


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