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Discussion in 'Bloodbath' started by Tumn, Jan 22, 2014.
Yeah I know but I guess stranger things have happened and his growl would fit really well.
You kids still haven't figured it out?
kids are too quick to judge a person on false parameters and we want to avoid a shitstorm full of doubts and confusion and rumors that we have nothing to back up our cause with. We want to let actual audio do the speaking for us and people are of course welcome to judge the effort and the performance how they please, but we dont want to read misjudged and pre-conceived opinions about a name that they might claim wont fit."
I guess its Holmes then. I mean, who would doubt Jorgen anyways? Everyone knows he has awesome growl, no need to be doubtful about him...
Well, it looks like we might get a new song also on september 16th, since they didn't want release name without audio to back it up
The above message is why I doubted all the usual suspects (Paul Kuhr, Jorgen primarily) for a long ass time. No one would have doubted either of those two's ability. Unfortunately when Paul Kuhr decided to troll us I fell off the wagon and got excited. It's definitely someone unconventional, or at least not someone people would suspect to follow Mikael and Peter.
its stefan.... thats why he is away from the forum
Stefan can't grow facial hair.
cool story bro
stefan only has 2 modes drunk and serious
Aww how cute, he's trying to grow a Jocke-beard
Well look at that, nice!
After months of speculation, wild guessing and scurrilous rumour, Bloodbath – Sweden’s horror-gorged death metal supergroup featuring Katatonia’s Jonas Renkse and Anders Nyström, as well as past member Per Eriksson and Opeth’s Martin Axenrot – have revealed exclusively here the successor to former frontmen Peter Tägtren and Mikael Åkerfeldt. The new frontman for Bloodbath will be…
The Paradise Lost singer might be known these days for his sonorous tones, but Bloodbath’s forthcoming album, Grand Morbid Funeral released by Peaceville Records on November 17, will see the return of the ravenous and cavernous growl that marked Paradise Lost’s debut album, Lost Paradise, so expect an outpouring of sonic dread, blood-soaked riffs and monstrous grooves, dragged even deeper into the lair of the awesome by the guest appearances of Chris Reifert and Eric Cutler from supreme US filthmongers, Autopsy.
"Ever since I got into Lost Paradise back in '90," says Jonas Renkse, "Nick Holmes has been one of my fave growling vocalists out there. He was always audable and articulate but still deep and definitely morbid. It is a great pleasure to work with him some 25 years later after I was introduced to his thunderous roar!"
Adds Anders 'Blakkheim Nyström: "Little did I expect to be working with the voice behind the death metal classic Lost Paradise, or the genre-defining Gothic and yet here we are decades later, fulfilling another death metal dream. With his sinister and ominous vocal delivery, it's an absolute pleasure to make Old Nick the bell-ringer in Bloodbath's grand morbid funeral!"
Death metal fans, your prayers have been answered. Hail Nick Holmes and raise your bloodied fists to the godless skies!
i wonder how his voice will sound today!
Didn't expect this, but I'm very excited nonetheless!