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BLUTMOND - Announces New Members, Working On New Album

Swiss extreme metallers Blutmond have announced new members in their line-up. Many of band fans were surprised by the lineup that took to the stage recently at the HarVest Festival in Switzerland, when two new members – Simon on guitar and Fabio on drums and samples, joined vocalist and guitarist John, vocalist and bassist Jerry, and saxophonist and guitarist Marc on stage.  It was, according to John, who is one of the original founders of the band, something of a final audition for the two musicians, albeit one that was pretty much a foregone conclusion as both  had already proved to everyone’s satisfaction that they fitted in perfectly with the rest of Blutmond in terms of both musicianship and commitment.
Band was formed in 2004 as a black metal act and their first full lenght album Endzeit came out in 2006. Blutmond quickly developed a reputation for their insane and provocative live shows, which, whilst raising their profile throughout Europe, also led them to realise that the time had come to create something that was more emotional and honest. Bands last album The Revolution is Dead! was released last year through Code666/Aural Music, but mastermind John is already writting new material for the bands fourth full-lenght album. He commented: "I’ve built myself a small studio in my apartment which makes it much easier for me to work on the music as I can have access whenever I want. It’s early days yet, and we’re not ready to reveal too much about the direction we’re taking, but I don’t think anyone is going to be disappointed." Link