PSYCROPTIC Announce New Singer
Brutal Tasmanian death metallers PSYCROPTIC have announced Jason Peppiatt as their new vocalist (replacing Matthew "Chalky" Chalk). The following message was taken from the group's official web site:
"PSYCROPTIC would like to announce that Jason Peppiatt is the new vocalist of the band. Jason did an amazing job on the recent European tour, and PSYCROPTIC welcomes him to the band. His first live shows as a full member of PSYCROPTIC will be on the HATE ETERNAL Australian tour in June. '
"The material for the new as yet untitled album has almost been completed, with finishing touches currently being put on the songs. It is hopeful that the recording will start around august. A U.S. tour is expected to take place in October with DEEDS OF FLESH — not July as previously stated."
PSYCROPTIC supporting HATE ETERNAL:
Jun. 03 - Esplanade Hotel, St Kilda, Victoria
Jun. 04 - Le Rox, Bridgeway Hotel, Adelaide
Jun. 05 - Amplifier Bar, Perth
Jun. 08 - Green Room, Woden, ACT
Jun. 09 - Her Majesty's Bar, Brisbane
Jun. 10 - The Marquee, Sydney
(Thanks: Goran / HailMetal.com)
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