ICS VORTEX Talks About The Return Of ARCTURUS In New Audio Interview

Greece's Rock Overdose recently conducted an interview with ICS Vortex (real name: Simen Hestnæs), the former bassist/clean vocalist for the Norwegian symphonic black metal band DIMMU BORGIR and a current member of BORKNAGAR and reunited avant-garde metallers ARCTURUS. You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.

Interview (audio):

ARCTURUS is currently working on material for the follow-up to 2005's "Sideshow Symphonies", tentatively due in 2012.

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The band's current lineup is as follows:

Steinar Sverd Johnsen - Keyboards
Jan Axel "Hellhammer" Blomberg - Drums
Knut Magne Valle - Guitar
Hugh "Skoll" Mingay - Bass
ICS Vortex - Vocals

"Sideshow Symphonies" was released in September 2005 via Season of Mist.

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