IN SLUMBER Joined By ELUVEITIE Bassist

Austrian death metallers IN SLUMBER, who feature in their ranks vocalist Wolfgang Rothbauer (THIRDMOON, EISBLUT), have announced the addition of bassist Kay Brem (ELUVEITIE) to the group's ranks.

IN SLUMBER has finished recording its third album, entitled "Arcane Divine Subspecies". The CD was mixed and mastered in Denmark by Peter "Ziggy" Siegfriedsen and Tue Madsen.

IN SLUMBER is currently seeking a suitable label to release the new CD.

IN SLUMBER's sophomore album, "Scars: Incomplete", was released in March 2007 via Massacre Records.

Formed in 2002, IN SLUMBER recorded its debut CD "Stillborn Rebirth" the following year.

IN SLUMBER is:

Wolfgang Rothbauer - Vocals
Kay Brem - Bass
Robert Bogner - Guitar
Simon Ă–ller - Guitar
Markus "Max" Pointner - Drums

Video footage of IN SLUMBER performing a brand new song, "Of Pain And Malice", at the Metalcamp festival in Tolmin, Slovenia in July 2009 can be viewed below.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/inslumber.

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