GRIMFIST Part Ways With Drummer HORGH, Seek Replacement

Norway's GRIMFIST have officially parted ways with drummer Horgh (ex-IMMORTAL). "Due to his position in HYPOCRISY, [Horgh] is not able to provide GRIMFIST the priority needed, and therefore Frediablo and Ole have decided to start the search for a new skinsman," the band write in a statement. "As a result, GRIMFIST will not be performing at the With Full Force Festival, July 2-4, 2004. But make no mistake... GRIMFIST WILL not roll over and play dead!! Ole and Frediablo is currently recording demo tracks for the next full-length album to be released through Candlelight Records, and while their debut album 'Ghouls Of Grandeur' is still very much alive and selling well, they are creating new music that will prove to everyone that this band is stronger and more brutal than ever before. So if you (male/female) feel like you have the dedication, time and talent to become the new battery basher in GRIMFIST, please contact the band at [email protected], and remember that you must be prepared and willing to tour. Together we will destroy!!!!"


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