ILLNATH Looking For New Drummer
Vocalist Bjørn "Narrenschiff" Holter of the Danish symphonic black metallers ILLNATH has issued the following update:
"As most of you know by now, we're in a small trench of waiting at the moment. The new album ['Three Nights in the Sewers of Sodom'] is recorded and being mixed. The cover art is pretty much ready (and looks amazing!!) as usual it is Wilhelm Steiner doing how wonderful work.
"We're looking for a new drummer at present and will start trying people out soon. If anyone out there are up for the task, let us know and we'll arrange an audition."
ILLNATH recently posted more audio samples from its forthcoming third album, "Three Nights in the Sewers of Sodom". Check them out on the band's MySpace page.
"Three Nights in the Sewers of Sodom" was recorded at Borsing Studios. The CD is expected to be released via Spain's Deathlight Records following the band's split with Worldchaos Production (which was supposed to put out the band's long-completed second full-length offering, "Second Skin of Harlequin".
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