HECATE ENTHRONED Launch Vocalist Search, Post New Song Online

British black metallers HECATE ENTHRONED have launched a search for a new vocalist and keyboardist following the recent departure of singer Dean and keyboardist Daz. "Both applicants must possess a professional attitude, be enthusiastic and have the ability to write with the band," the group write on their web site. "Own equipment and transport are required. Bear in mind we are based in the North West. Please send applications (with example of playing, i.e MP3, etc) to [email protected]"

In other news, HECATE ENTHRONED have posted a brand-new track, entitled "An Eternal Belief", in MP3 format at this location (file size: 5.29 MB). The song, which features a guest appearance by AKERCOCKE guitarist/vocalist Jason Mendonca, comes off the band's forthcoming CD, "Redimus", due on May 3 through Blackend/PHD.


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