ANCIENT Singer Joins Seattle's BYAXIS

ANCIENT vocalist Deadly Kristin has joined a technical Seattle-based progressive death metal band called BYAXIS.

The band's current lineup is as follows:

Deadly Kristin – vocals
Shannon Sharp - 7-string guitars
Kirk Meredith - 7-string guitars
Justin Hoffman - 6-string bass
Clint Clark - drums

All members of BYAXIS are said to be acclaimed musicians and have been known as some of the best musicians in the state of Washington. The band have penned seven songs so far and are presently working on more music. A promotional CD will soon be recorded and sent to labels with a view toward procuring a record contract. The official web site of BYAXIS (www.byaxis.com) will soon be online with more information on the group.

For more information, get in contact with Kristin at: [email protected]

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