KOLDBORN Part Ways With Singer (Again), Seek Replacement
Danish death metallers KOLDBORN have once again launched the search for a new vocalist. "Thomas [VILLA] is out as he didn't have the voice that we wanted," the band write on their web site. "We wish him good luck and continue to drink beer with him in the future."
In other news, "We have recorded six new tracks and it shows a new side of KOLDBORN as the songs are faster and more brutal than the old stuff," the group write. "All we need now is to record the vocals... and to find a singer!?! If you are the next Glen Benton or Corpsegrinder, then send a mail to [email protected] so we can arrange a meeting!"
Also on the KOLDBORN-related front, the band's drummer Rasmus has a drum kit for sale. For more information, follow this link.
KOLDBORN, who parted ways with longtime singer Martin Leth in early 2003, issued their debut album, "First Enslavement", in October 2002 through Diehard Music.
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