MISTUR Parts Ways With Vocalist, Seeks Replacement

Norwegian black metallers MISTUR have parted ways with vocalist Odne and are currently seeking a replacement.

Commented the band: "Odne has, unfortunately, been struggling with his voice and he's unsure about his future in MISTUR.

"If there are any interested vocalists out there, who are up for the challenge and feel they can fill the empty spot, don't hesitate to contact us!

"There are gigs confirmed for 2010, among them Karmøygeddon in Haugesund, so we need a replacement as soon as possible."

MISTUR released its debut album, "Attende", on August 29 via Germany's Einheit Produktionen. The CD was recorded at Akkerhaugen Studio in September 2008 and was mastered by Peter In de Betou at Tailor Maid Production in Sweden.

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.


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