INCANTATION Announce New Frontman

INCANTATION founding member John McEntee has officially taken over the vocal duties in the group. According to an official press release, "John did a fantastic job on the Mexico dates, and he will continue to do the vocals for INCANTATION until the band's end. His style is in the brutal, blasphemous vein that people have come to identify with INCANTATION's original style of death metal. With John being the founding member of the band, it is with certainty that with this decision, INCANTATION has found their permanent frontman. INCANTATION also is proud to announce the addition of Lou Lombardozzi on lead guitar. Lou is working out great and is an excellent addition to the fold."

Upcoming INCANTATION tour dates:

"Rotting With Your Christ" U.S. tour 2003 with PUNGENT STENCH, BEYOND THE EMBRACE, RUNE

Feb. 13 - North Six - Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Feb. 14 - Chantilly's - Mancheste, NH
Feb. 15 – Lupos - Providence, RI
Feb. 20 - Flying Machine - Lorraine, OH
Feb. 22 - Creepy Crawl – St. Louis, MO


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