Former CRADLE OF FILTH Drummer Lays Down Tracks For SAMSAS TRAUM

Former CRADLE OF FILTH/AT THE GATES drummer Adrian Erlandsson, who is currently performing with BRUJERIA and NEMHAIN, has issued the following update:

"I am proud to announce that I have just completed the drums for the upcoming SAMSAS TRAUM record, 'Heiliges Herz', and I will be joining them accompanying tours. I really like the music — these guys got a strange kind of humour. I agreed to the cooperation shortly after I listened to the first demo tracks.

"Some of the new songs will already be presented live in September — along with old smash hits being performed for the first time every with real drums and a new lineup. I can't wait to play the tracks live — SAMSAS TRAUM are eager to kill.

"Meanwhile, the drum recordings for 'Heiliges Herz' were finished in a studio in London — skillfully supervised by Dan Turner."

Commented SAMSAS TRAUM leader Alexander Kaschte: "The result even impresses me. I can't believe that what's blasting out of the speakers is my own music. I'm getting closer to the record I always wanted to make."


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