BLOOD RED THRONE: Member Changes In Time For European Tour

Norwegian death metallers BLOOD RED THRONE have underone several lineup changes during the recent weeks. New members Vald (vocals) and Anders (drums) will be joining Død, Tchort and Erlend for their upcoming European tour with MORTICIAN and AKERCOCKE this coming November.

According to guitarist and founding member Død, former vocalist Mr. Hustler could no longer continue with BLOOD RED THRONE due his occupational commitments. Meanwhile, former drummer Espen "Beist" Antonsen was not available to perform and rehease with the band as often as other members would've liked so the band opted for someone within a closer vicinity to the rest of the members. Død also said that he was excited about taking the new lineup out on the road, stating, "we're ready to kick ass live!"


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