4ARM Parts Ways With Vocalist/Guitarist DANNY TOMB

4ARM Parts Ways With Vocalist/Guitarist DANNY TOMB

Danny Tomb, vocalist/guitarist of Melbourne, Australia-based metallers 4ARM, has left the band for personal reasons.

Says the group: "The search for a new frontman now begins. With James Munro briefly filling in for the band on the recent North American tour, there will be also a lead guitarist position available. This is a great opportunity for highly committed musicians to join an already established touring band.

"Any musician from around the world interested in any of the positions available, please send an email with your bio, photo, links or mp3s of your works to trinity.a.man[email protected] Only serious, dedicated and experienced touring musicians need apply."

4ARM's third studio album, "Submission For Liberty", was recorded at Melbourne Records with Danny Tomb and drummer Michael Vafiotis producing. Mixing the CD was U.K. engineer Matt Hyde (MACHINE HEAD, SLIPKNOT, TRIVIUM) and mastering duties were handled by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in New York City. The cover artwork was designed by Brent Elliot White, who previously worked on ARCH ENEMY's "Khaos Legions".

In regards to the musical direction of the new album, Tomb said, "'Submission' is far more energy- and passion-driven than anything we've done before. There is a lot more melody and a hell of a lot more thrash. The plan was to create an album that harnessed an energy to it that could be felt, not just heard."


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