October 27, 2007

Drummer Nick Barker (ex-CRADLE OF FILTH, DIMMU BORGIR, TESTAMENT) is offering his professional drumming services for any serious/working bands out there in the metal universe that require a studio or touring session player in the very near future.

"Now that I'm not involved in the whole TESTAMENT thing anymore, this has left me with a considerable amount of free time on my hands, just sat around at home, practicing on my kit, etc." Barker told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "As a result of all this free time and the overwhelming feeling of 'cabin fever,' I've decided after much thought and consideration to offer my services out there for any bands/musicians who are looking for a session drummer either in the studio or for any upcoming tours that they may have planned. Obviously I don't have a U.S. work visa at this moment in time so that temporary setback rules out any performances on American soil, unfortunately, until the situation is rectified. However, this does not affect me performing anywhere else on planet earth and I hope to be returning to the U.S. very soon."

Serious parties can contact Barker via a special e-mail address set up purely for the sake of aquiring session work at mystic-rhythms@ hotmail.co.uk.

Fan-filmed video footage of TESTAMENT (with Barker on drums) performing at this year's edition of the Waldrock festival, which was held on July 7 in Burgum (Bergum),in the northern region of The Netherlands, can be viewed below.

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