KOLDBORN: New Lineup Announced; New Song Posted Online

Danish brutal metallers KOLDBORN have announced the addition of drummer Kim Jensen (DAWN OF DEMISE) and guitarist Martin "O" Olsen (AS WE FIGHT) to the group's ranks. The band has also posted a brand new song, "Ashes", on the KOLDBORN MySpace page. According to the group, the track was recorded at Smart 'N' Hard studios in Aarhus, Denmark with Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE) at the helm and is described as a "dense, compact little fucker."

KOLDBORN's current lineup:

Lars Bjørn-Hansen - Vocals
Henrik Jacobsen - Guitar
Mikael Ehlert Hansen - Bass
Kim Jensen - Drums
Martin "O" Olsen - Guitar

KOLDBORN's latest album, "The Uncanny Valley", was released in 2006 via France's Listenable Records. The follow-up to 2002's "First Enslavement" was recorded in August 2005 and mixed in January 2006 at Smart 'N' Hard studios with producer Jacob Bredahl and features guest appearances by Sven de Caluwé (ABORTED), Jason Campbell (AS WE FIGHT) and Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE)


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