SICKENING HORROR Announces New Drummer
Greek extreme metallers SICKENING HORROR have announced the addition of drummer Yannis Theodorakis to the group's ranks. "Yannis is a very talented musician and a great guy and has contributed some fantastic stuff to our songs, present and future," the band writes in a statement. "He combines speed and groove in a very unique way. The rehearsals are devastating so far and we can't wait for our first gig!"
SICKENING HORROR released its new album, "When Landscapse Bled Backwards", on June 25 via Neurotic Records. The CD was mixed and mastered by Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE).
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NILE drummer George Kollias quit SICKENING HORROR in February 2007. He stated at the time, "We had some major problems the last year and I feel I want no longer play in this band, so I take off on this bad timing since I lose all the good stuff that supposed to follow after the release of our first full-length album. I feel really sad about it after all these years of dedication and the hard work I did for this band…although I know I don't belong there anymore."
George Kollias performing with SICKENING HORROR in 2004:
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