SUPREME PAIN Announces New Drummer

Dutch brutal death metallers SUPREME PAIN have announced the addition of drummer Eric De Windt to the group's ranks. According to the band, Eric "is a very experienced musician and was part of many bands, such as SEVERE TORTURE (vocalist), SINISTER (vocals on 'Aggressive Measures') and PROSTITUTE DISFIGUREMENT, INHUME and DESTROYER666 (drums). At the moment he is also drummer for the Dutch death metal band TEMPLE."

Video footage of Eric De Windt rehearsing with SUPREME PAIN can be seen below.

SUPREME PAIN's third album, "Divine Incarnation", was released in Europe in May via Massacre Records and in North America on October 25 through Massacre's new distribution via AFM Records' deal with E1 Entertainment. The CD was recorded at Soundlodge Studios in Leer, Germany with producer Jrg Uken. According to the group, the album contains "nine blasting death metal tracks with an evil and twisted atmosphere."

Drummer Paul Beltman was forced to leave SUPREME PAIN this past summer after suffering an injury.

The band's second full-length CD, "Nemesis Enforcer", came out last year via Metal Age Productions from Slovakia.


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