SICKENING HORROR Announces New Guitarist

Greek extreme metallers SICKENING HORROR have issued the following update:

"We are proud to announce that the band has a new member. Our new guitarist is Andreas Karayiannis.

"It has been so long since we last utilized double guitar attack, so now we're back on track! We have already done a show together and the guitar sound was massive on stage and this can surely be held for our future recordings as well. So, on our upcoming tour in Russia, we'll be spreading the sickness on the road as a four-piece!"

A photo of the band's new lineup can be viewed below.

SICKENING HORROR's latest album, "The Dead End Experiment", was released in August via SFC Records. The CD's artwork was created by Marko Saarelainen.

"The Dead End Experiment" was recorded at Portal (guitars, bass and vocals) and Baseline (drums) studios and features a guest appearance by Ross Dolan of IMMOLATION on the song "The Universe Within".

Check out audio samples on the band's MySpace page.


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