GREEN CARNATION members Kjetil Nordhus (vocals) and Stein Roger Sordal (bass) have accepted an offer to participate in the recording of a single to support the victims of the horrible tsunami tragedy in Asia. The single will be a product of Kristiansand's (Norway) premier musicians, producers, engineers and studios.
Stein Roger will be one of three people writing the song, and is delighted to contribute to the cause.
"Of course, I said yes when asked," he said in a statement. "This is the least I could do. If this helps to raise any money to the victims, I will be happy. And I absolutely think it will. "
Kjetil will be one of several vocalists from bands in all different genres that will be featured on the single. Other rock and metal singers that are slated to take part in the recording are Jan Kenneth Transeth (IN THE WOODS..., SOXPAN), Ronny Thorsen (TRAIL OF TEARS) and Bernt Fjellestad (GUARDIANS OF TIME).
The single is expected to be released as soon as possible, according to Stein Roger — hopefully within a week or two.
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