ENTOMBED Singer Guests On E-TYPE Album
ENTOMBED vocalist Lars-Göran "L-G" Petrov has recorded a guest appearance for the brand-new E-TYPE album, "Loud Pipes Save Lives". The CD, which was released in Sweden today (March 25) through Stockholm/Universal Records, features L-G in the track "Forever More". Listen to the song in streaming Real Audio at this location.
E-TYPE is a Swedish Euro-pop superstar who was recently joined by MOTÖRHEAD drummer Mikkey Dee for a live appearance at the "Swedish Eurovision Song Contest".
Dee had previously toured with E-TYPE in early 2003 as part of the "Euro Metal Tour 2003" (band photo, live photos), which saw the group performing "thundering heavy metal" versions of all the biggest E-TYPE dance hits.
E-TYPE has been one of the country's most successful artists over the past decade, with record sales in the million range. E-TYPE (real name Martin Eriksson) himself was a metal drummer in the Eighties, playing with the thrash/power metal combos HEXENHAUS and MANINNYA BLADE.
(Thanks: Tartarean Desire)
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