SPAZMOSITY Drummer Involved In Motorcycle Accident

Drummer Dimitri "Dimman" Jungi of Swedish death/black metallers SPAZMOSITY was recently involved in a motorcycle accident. As a result, all of the band's remaining concerts in 2010 have been canceled. SPAZMOSITY will return to the live and festival scene in early 2011.

SPAZMOSITY's curent lineup includes vocalist Ola Lindgren (GRAVE) who replaced Peter Emanuelsson last year after the recording of SPAZMOSITY's debut album, "Welcome Death".

SPAZMOSITY's lineup:

Björn Thelberg - Guitar
Mikael Lamming - Guitar
Mikael Nordström - Bass
Dimitri "Dimman" Jungi - Drums
Ola Lindgren - Vocals

"Welcome Death" was released in February via Khaosmaster Productions. The CD was recorded at Necromorbus Studios (WATAIN, UNANIMATED) with producer Tore Stjerna.

The "Welcome Death" artwork (created by by Singapore's latest sensation Jumali Katani, a.k.a. Metal Artist) can be viewed below.

"Welcome Death" track listing:

01. Regicide
02. Iron Coffin
03. Prelude
04. Forged by Steel
05. March of Death
06. 13 Miller's Court
07. The Ancient Art
08. The Infernal Dynasty
09. Panopticon

SPAZMOSITY was founded in the fall of 1994 by guitarists B. Thelberg and M. Lamming. The band quickly evolved from playing covers to writing its own music in the death and black metal genre. After a few concerts, Peter Emanuelsson joined as a singer, and 1998 saw the addition of bass player Mikael Nordström. In 2003 their third and highly critically acclaimed demo, "Storm Metal", was released. During all this time they gigged whenever possible and shared stages with, among others, AMON AMARTH, LOBOTOMY, VINTERLAND, WATAIN, THRONEAEON and ENTOMBED.

Video footage of SPAZMOSITY's February 12, 2010 performance at the Inferno Festival kick-off show at The Cave in Stockholm can be viewed below.

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