AT VANCE: Studio Drummer Announced

German metal act AT VANCE have announced that the drum tracks on their new album are being laid down by Franco Zuccaroli (JACK BRUCE, ULI JOHN ROTH, DON AIREY). The drummer slot is still open for the group's upcoming tour with BRAINSTORM, which is scheduled to kick off in mid-April. Interested parties can submit an application via the band's record label, AFM Records (web site).

As previously reported, an excerpt of the pre-production/demo version of a new AT VANCE track, entitled "Chained", can be downloaded at this location (mp3, 4 MB).

A re-recorded version of "Chained" is expected to surface on AT VANCE's new studio album, tentatively due in early 2005 via AFM.

AT VANCE's last CD, "The Evil in You", was released in May 2003. The group's current lineup includes former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN/TREAT vocalist Mats Leven.


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