ENDRAH: BIOHAZARD Guitarist's Side Project Announces New Singer

ENDRAH, the Brazil-based side-project of BIOHAZARD guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei, have recruited Ryan "Relentless" Raes to be the group's new vocalist. A message on the band's official web site reads as follows:

"Vocalists from all over the world sent us some awesome material. We would like to thank all of you for showing us that our work is admired and respect amongst different places and cultures. American Ryan 'Relentless' Raes from San Francisco, California is our new frontman. He has shown us that ENDRAH is the perfect scenery for his message. Now we are dedicated to the pre-production of our full-length album, and we can say that what is about to come is the full-on result of what we have always believed. Get ready for the 'damage'…"

For more information, visit www.endrah.com.


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