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H.E.A.T announces new vocalist Kenny Leckremo

Swedish rock band H.E.A.T have today announced that lead singer Erik Grönwall will be leaving the band, and that his replacement will be original H.E.A.T vocalist Kenny Leckremo.  

The news comes after the success of the band’s critically acclaimed sixth studio album “H.E.A.T II”, which featured the singles – “Dangerous Ground”, “Rock Your Body”, “Rise”, “Come Clean” and “One By One”.

Five Finger Death Punch announces new guitarist Andy James

Amidst the recent release of their greatest hits compilation, “Decade of Destruction Volume 2”, Five Finger Death Punch confirms it parted ways with guitarist Jason Hook back in February 2020, during the band’s sold out European arena tour. After his recovery from emergency gallbladder surgery at the end of last year, Jason Hook had to leave midway from the band’s tour of Europe to address further complications. 
 

Cipher System signs with Noble Demon & Black Lion Records and announces new vocalist Christian Älvestam

Melodic Death Metal collective, Cipher System, has announced the signing with Noble Demon, who proudly welcomes the band to their eclectic artist roster! Formed in 1996, at a time when the famed Gothenburg sound of Death Metal was at its peak, the band from Sweden has grown into relentless and remorseless mechanical perfection, playing their very own unforgiving sound forged with fearsome skill and precision.

NorthTale part ways with vocalist Christian Eriksson

Last year, Swedish-American power metal supergroup NorthTale released their successful debut album “Welcome to Paradise”, via Nuclear Blast.

Today, they are announcing the departure of their singer Christian Eriksson.

Guitarist Bill Hudson states: 

“As if 2020 couldn’t get any more weird…
 
We have to officially announce that Christian Eriksson is no longer a part of NorthTale.
 

Pestilence announces new drummer Michiel van der Plicht

Legendary dutch death metallers Pestilence have parted ways with drummer Septimiu Harsan due to personal and professional matters, partly related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The band already found a replacement in Michiel van der Plicht (live drummer for countrymen Carach Angren), with whom Pestilence will record their upcoming album “Exitivm”, tentatively slated for release later this year on Agonia Records.