IGNITOR Auditioning Singers, Rhythm Guitarists

Texas-based heavy metallers IGNITOR have issued the following update:

"IGNITOR is auditioning singers and rhythm guitarists. Male or female. You will learn at least two of the songs on our MySpace page on your own (we'll send lyrics or mp3s as needed.) If you've got what we need, then bring it! If you live outside the Austin area, then consider moving here. Whoever — wherever you are, we need you. We will tour in the northeast U.S. and Europe in 2008 to support [the band's recently released full-length album] 'Road of Bones'."

IGNITOR recently inked a deal with Italy's Cruz Del Sur to license and distribute "Road of Bones". According to a posting on the band's web site, the CD features "10 scorching tracks telling tales of Vikings, Irish battles, serial killers, insane asylums and war heroes."

"Road of Bones" features artwork by famous artist Joe Petagno (MOTÖRHEAD).

(Thanks: Perpetua)


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