THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD Seeks Vocalist

South Carolina's THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD, which is currently in the studio with producer Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL, ex-MORBID ANGEL) recording "Malice", the follow-up to the band's full-length debut on Prosthetic Records, is seeking a professional, dedicated vocalist willing to tour the world and able to relocate immediately. The band has setup an e-mail address where serious inquiries can be sent. Please provide the band with vocal abilities, past experience and a link to an online sample of vocal recordings for consideration. Materials can be submitted to [email protected] A brief update on the progress in the studio is available online at this location. Currently slated for a summer release through Prosthetic Records, the record will again feature artwork from Paul Romano (MASTODON, THE RED CHORD) who also supplied the eerie visuals for 2005's "Bloodlust". The CD will be mastered by Alan Douches (UNEARTH, SHADOWS FALL).

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