THY PRIMORDIAL Split With Singer, Announce Replacement

Swedish mythological black metallers THY PRIMORDIAL have parted ways vocalist Isidor due to a "lack of interest and inspiration," according to the band's official web site. Isidor's replacement has been found in the shape of Jönköping, Sweden native Nicke Holstensson, who is best known as the former vocalist for Swedish deathsters NOMINON. "Nicke [has] rehearsed with the band for a while and [has] also added vocals on the pre-production recording made earlier this year," the band said in an official statement. "His voice are of course a bit different compared with Isidor's but fits the new material really well!"

THY PRIMORDIAL are set to enter Abyss studios with producer Tommy Tägtgren later this month to begin recording their sixth album, "Pestilence Upon Mankind", tentatively due in late 2003 through Blackend Records.


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