Danish metallers PYRAMAZE have issued the following update:"After auditioning some really good singers during the last couple of months, we have finally found a new band brother — none other than singer extraordinaire Urban Breed (ex-TAD MOROSE) has joined our ranks, and we are all very excited. Urban is well known for his powerful voice, stage presence and great diversity. We welcome Urban into the band, and we hope that our fantastic fans will approve of this choice too. Trust us when we say there's no one better to fill out the big shoes left by his predecessors. To those of you who do not know Urban yet, I would like to encourage you to check out the MP3s in the news section of Pyramaze.com — this is just a little taste of what Urban sounds like. Please note — the songs are NOT new PYRAMAZE songs, but material from Urban's past recordings." Urban Breed comments: "I am very pleased to join ranks with the great guys and talented musicians of PYRAMAZE. I'm looking forward to the challenge of filling those big shoes and working with these guys live and in the studio. I think we have a lot to offer each other, and I hope PYRAMAZE fans are as excited as we are to hear us working together." PYRAMAZE's "Immortal" album was released in the U.S. on June 24 via Locomotive Records. Handling the vocals on the record was ICED EARTH singer Matt Barlow. "Immortal"'s vocal sessions were helmed by producer Jim Morris, who has worked with ICED EARTH on the group's last few releases. The CD was mixed by Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR, MERCENARY). Barlow originally joined PYRAMAZE as the replacement for Lance King who left the band in November 2006. PYRAMAZE will support fellow Danes VOLBEAT on five shows in Denmark in November.