KOLDBORN Acquire New Singer, Complete Work On New Promo CD

Danish death metallers KOLDBORN have acquired an as-yet-undisclosed new singer and are currently recording vocal tracks for their new promotional CD. "It's really killer!" the band write on their web site. "Within a month, the promo will be finished and ready to be send out to different labels. The new material is sooo fuckin' brutal — a straight blow to the balls."

KOLDBORN parted ways with singer Thomas Zaar Frost last spring after determining that "he didn't have the voice that we wanted." The band, who split with longtime frontman Martin Leth in early 2003, issued their debut album, "First Enslavement", in October 2002 through Diehard Music.


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