CELLADOR Working On New Material, Seeking New Vocalist

Denver, Colorado-based metallers CELLADOR are working on new material for a tentative early 2013 release. The band states, "We have most of the music recorded aside from the vocals and a few solos. We are currently auditioning musicians to round off lineup and involve their contributions to the tracks. A full lineup is the main focus, but if nothing else Chris [Petersen, guitar/vocals] will continue to do the vocals otherwise."

According to a press release, "longtime [CELLADOR] fans can rest assured that this epically pleasing, melodic speed aural adventure shall feature all the trademarked speed, melody, and integrity of the band's past inspirations, filtered of all obstacle and dilution!"

CELLADOR's most recent release was the "Honor Forth" EP, which came out in 2011.

The band's current lineup is as follows:

Chris Petersen - Guitars/Vocals
James Pickett - Bass
Nick Mccallister - Drums
Diego Valadez – Keyboards

CELLADOR's debut CD, "Enter Deception", was issued in June 2006 via Metal Blade Records.

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