U.K. tech metal act CYANIDE SERENITY has recruited Travis Neal (DIVINE HERESY) as its new singer.
Commented the band: "We are incredibly delighted to announce Travis as our new singer. We are hoping this will be the end of constant changing of vocalists, we have a lot of bad luck in this area and hope we can move on without any more setbacks. Travis is an exceptional singer and has an incredible scream. He is the ideal candidate alongside Matt and we cannot wait to hit the stage with him!"
CYANIDE SERENITY will re-record its 2011 album, "Consume Me", next month with Travis. The CD's title track can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
CYANIDE SERENITY will make its third trip to India from April 14 until May 8, to be followed by a string of dates in Sri Lanka. The band will be the first international band to do such a long Indian tour, which will span seven cities — Chennai, Kerla, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore — as well as the first international act to play Kerla and the first U.K. artist to play in Sri Lanka. While in India, the band will also perform at the Deccan Rock Festival in Hyderbad on May 7 with DECAPITATED, SYBREED and NERVECELL.
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