Former NEURAXIS Frontman ALEX LEBLANC Joins MASS MURDER MESSIAH
Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based hard-hitters MASS MURDER MESSIAH have recruited former NEURAXIS frontman Alex Leblanc as their new singer.
Comments MASS MURDER MESSIAH drummer Sammoth: "Alex is a juggernaut on stage. He is the perfect fit for this band in all aspects. He's a great frontman, has years of experience on and off stage and he's just an overall great guy. We are VERY happy to add him to the MASS MURDER MESSIAH family."
Adds Leblanc: "It's good to be back in the game!!!
"After a two-year hiatus, I didn't realize how much I missed being in a jam room and screaming my heart out.
"MASS MURDER MESSIAH is a solid band and I can't wait to bring my special kind of mayhem to their style and terrorize crowds everywhere."
MASS MURDER MESSIAH will perform at this year's Amnesia Rockfest and is already working on the follow-up to 2013's independently released "The Rise Of Evil" album.
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