MISTELTEIN Enlist New Session Vocalist
Swedish black metallers MISTELTEIN have enlisted OBSCURE DIVINITY's Ville Kemi (not CULT OF DECEMBER's Kristian Forsell, as previously announced) as session vocalist for tonight's (Feb. 15) gig with SOILWORK and THE FORSAKEN at Kulturbolaget in Malmö, Sweden. DERANGED's Kalle Fält will handle session bass/backing vocal duties during the show.
As previously announced, MISTELTEIN are currently searching for a new lead vocalist before entering the studio to begin recording their third full-length album. According to the band, the chosen singer "will be fully participating on all lead vocals on the new album that will be recorded early this year."
The follow-up to 2001's "Divine.Desecrate.Complete" will be recorded at Mystical Arts Studios in Malmö, Sweden. The as-yet-untitled effort will be produced by Ahldrathan and MISTELTEIN. Bass on the album will be played by guitarist Nagrinn.
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