SINBREED, the German power metal band featuring BLIND GUARDIAN drummer Frederik Ehmke and ex-VICIOUS RUMORS singer Nick Holleman, has inked a deal with Massacre Records. The group is currently working on a new album that is set to be released later this year.
SINBREED recently parted ways with singer Herbie Langhans and has replaced him with Holleman.
Said SINBREED: "After being on tour with Nick throughout Europe in 2016, we are happy to continue with him and open the next chapter of the band. This also means that Herbie Langhans won't be part of SINBREED anymore.
"Thank you, Herbie, for your work on our three first albums that we did over the last eight years. Rock on! We all wish you the best of luck for your current and future projects!"
SINBREED 2018 is:
Nick Holleman (Vocals)
Manuel Seoane (Guitar)
Flo Laurin (Guitar)
Frederik Ehmke (Drums)
Alexander Schulz (Bass)
SINBREED's latest album, "Master Creator", was released in February 2016 via AFM Records.
BLIND GUARDIAN guitarist Marcus Siepen was a member of SINBREED from 2012 until 2015.
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