Danish death metal band KOLDBORN has issued the following update:

"We are at the moment rehearsing for our next shows here in sweet ol' Denmark which will take place in Copenhagen at The Rock on October 27 and Odense at Rytmeposten on December 8. Those of you who saw the last shows might have noticed that we get help from Mikael [Ehlert] from HATESPHERE on the bass as we are still searching for a full-time bass player to fill in the spot. So get in touch if you got what it takes…which isn't much, haha."

As previously reported, a new KOLDBORN track, entitled "Lord of Stupidity", has been made available for download at this location. The song comes off the Danish death metal band's new album, "The Uncanny Valley", which was released this week via France's Listenable Records.

The follow-up to 2002's "First Enslavement", "The Uncanny Valley" was recorded in August 2005 and mixed in January 2006 at Smart 'n' Hard studios with producer Jacob Bredahl and is said to be "the most brutal, fastest, heaviest and most catchy material" the band have penned to date. The CD features guest appearances by Sven de Caluwé (ABORTED), Jason Campbell (AS WE FIGHT) and Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE)


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