Former EMPEROR and current SCUM/BLOOD TSUNAMI drummer Bård G. Eithun (a.k.a. Faust) has sent the following message to BLABBERMOUTH.NET:

"I would like to [announce] that Oslo thrashers BLOOD TSUNAMI have joined forces with Stu Manx from Norwegian rockers GLUECIFER (R.I.P.). Stu is BLOOD TSUNAMI's new bassist and the spirit in the TSUNAMI camp is good at the moment. Personally I enjoy playing with people from other genres than just metal because it broadens the horizon and eventually brings other elements into the music.

"We will enter studio the three last weeks of September to record our debut. For which label is yet to be determined, but we are rehearsing well at the moment and we are confident that the band is ready to do a full-length."

For more information on BLOOD TSUNAMI, visit the band's MySpace page.


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