DERIDE Signs With MASSACRE RECORDS

DERIDE, the Norwegian band featuring Kjetil Greve (AUDREY HORNE) on drums and Ole Walaunet (GRIMFIST) on guitar, has inked a deal with Massacre Records. The band's new album, "The Void", will be released on April 27.

DERIDE has been lurking around for well over a decade by now, having made its first appearance in the summer of 1995.

The band released a self-titled EP as well as a three-track demo tape before issuing its first album, "Scars Of Time", in 2001 and the follow-up CD, "First Round Knockout", in 2003.

After a break of several years, DERIDE is now back with a new kick-ass lineup: founding members Ole Walaunet and Kjetil Greve have been joined by vocalist Per Helge Lande and bassist Tony Vetas.

DERIDE 2012 is:

Per Helge Lande - Vocals
Ole Walaunet - Guitar
Tony Vetaas – Bass, Vocals
Kjetil Greve - Drums

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