RED HARVEST To Use Stand-In Drummer For Oslo Gig

Norway's RED HARVEST has issued the following update:

"After this year's Inferno festival in Oslo, we had to go a bit easy due to personal reasons. But at the end of July we were back on track and able to play the gigs again.

"We have done four festival jobs this summer, with Brutal Assault and Party.San as the highlights. Thanx to those who showed up and supported us! Festivals and 'one-off' gigs has turned out to suit the band very well. Hopefully we will get more of those in the months and years to come.

"The 20th of October we will play at John Dee in Oslo as a part of the venue's 10-year anniversary. For RED HARVEST it is going to be a remarkable gig, cause for the first time in ten years there will be a stand-in for one of the members. Erik [Wroldsen] is not able to play with us that night, so AntiChristian (GRIMFIST, THE CUMSHOTS, TSJUDER) is going to beat the shit out of the drums this evening.

"What else? We will probably start working on new material and hopefully we get to play some more gigs. We are still very happy with 'A Greater Darkness', but I guess it is time to move on and try a to create something new."

RED HARVEST's latest album, "A Greater Darkness", was released in February via Season of Mist. The follow-up to 2004's "Internal Punishment Programs" was recorded at Multimono studio.

RED HARVEST released its long-awaited live DVD, "Harvest Bloody Harvest", on September 18, 2006. The disc features the group's entire September 2005 gig at Rockefeller Music Hall in Oslo that was recorded with a professional, 12-camera film team. The DVD comes in a limited deluxe metal box. Check out the song "AEP" from the DVD below.


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