PANZERCHRIST Plans Live Appearances

Danish extreme metal band PANZERCHRIST has officially unveiled its new lineup, which as previously reported includes new drummer Morten Lwe Srensen (THE ARCANE ORDER, SUBMISSION, SLUGS) and a vocalist presently only known as "Johnny."


Michael Enevoldsen: Guitar
Johnny: Vocals
Rasmus Henriksen: Guitar
Karina Bundgaard: Keyboards/Bass
Morten Lwe Srensen: Drums

Says the group: "We are also announcing that we are changing from being a studio-only band, to become a live band too. When we play live, and when the next CD is ready is still very [to be announced]."

PANZERCHRIST's latest album, "Battalion Beast", was released in August 2006 via Neurotic Records. The band recorded the drums, guitars and bass for "Battalion Beast" at Smart N' Hard studio with Jacob Bredahl (HATESPHERE) during February/March 2006. Vocals and keyboard were recorded by Ziggy at Zigsound. The latter was also responsible for mixing and mastering the album.


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