HEIDEVOLK Seeks New Violinist

June 7, 2008

Dutch folk metal act HEIDEVOLK have issued the following update:

"After the departure of Stefany Speervrouw, HEIDEVOLK is searching for someone who will play the violin. HEIDEVOLK rehearses in Arnhem, Holland.

"If you are interested in joinig HEIDEVOLK as a violinist, please send a email to [email protected]."

HEIDEVOLK's latest album, "Walhalla Wacht", was released earlier in the year via Napalm Records.

According to the band's official bio, HEIDEVOLK's music "can best be described as pounding and blistering metal combined with epic and melodic folk music. The band features two clean vocalists and incorporates folk instruments such as mouth harp, violin and blowing horns in its songs. All songs are in their native tongue."

HEIDEVOLK performing live in April 2008 (clip uploaded by YouTube user "fuufje"):

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