BOMBERS: Ex-IMMORTAL Frontman's MOTÖRHEAD Tribute Band Release Studio Effort

BOMBERS, the Norwegian MOTÖRHEAD tribute band featuring Abbath (ex-IMMORTAL, currently in I) on bass/vocals, Tore Bratseth (ex-OLD FUNERAL) on guitar and Pez (PUNISHMENT PARK, JEF) on drums, have released their first studio effort — a three-song vinyl release containing the tracks "Bomber", "No Class" and "Dead Men Tell No Tales". Limited to 500 copies, the EP was recorded in November 2004 in Ljosheim, Norway by Jostein Steinsland Hauge. Listen to "No Class" from the BOMBERS EP at this location.

BOMBERS' next live appearance will take place on November 19 at Backroad MC in Lillestrøm, Norway. More information is available at

As BLABBERMOUTH.NET first reported on October 17, Abbath (real name: Olve Eikemo) has joined forces with original IMMORTAL drummer Armagedda, ENSLAVED guitarist Arve Isdal and GORGOROTH bassist King in a brand-new project dubbed simply I. The group have finished writing two-thirds of the material for their upcoming full-length debut, which will feature lyrics written primarily by former IMMORTAL guitarist Demonaz (real name: Harald Nævdal). The band, who expect to enter the studio before the end of 2005, are said to be contemplating making several festival appearances next year. More information will be made available soon.


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