AS WE FIGHT Announces New Singer, Prepares To Hit Studio

Danish metalcore act AS WE FIGHT has issued the following update:

"We have a new singer!!! His name is Jesper Gün, and he has been with us for about 5-6 months, so some of you have already seen him at the shows with ALL THAT REMAINS, Ieperfest and the MTV Headbanger's Ball Tour. We are very happy to have him in the band as he is a great friend and a fantastic singer! We look forward to hit the road with him in 2008 in company with the upcoming album!!!

"We haven't made many updates since the MTV Headbanger's Ball Tour in September, but we've actually been busy as hell in the rehearsal room, where we have spent most of our time with the songwriting for the new album! So far we have nine new songs ready, where we have toned the rock 'n' roll influence down in favour of a more metal-oriented approach. We have a very good feeling about the new material, and can't wait to recording session in January and February at the Smart'N'Hard Studio with Jacob Bredahl!"

AS WE FIGHT last year released the video for its song "Annihilation". Watch the clip below. The track comes off the Danish metalcore act's sophomore full-length album, "Midnight Tornado", which was released in October 2006 via Dockyard 1 Records.

"Midnight Tornado" was recorded by Jacob Bredahl of HATESPHERE and was mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HIMSA, SICK OF IT ALL).

AS WE FIGHT's full-length debut, "Black Nails and Bloody Wrists", was issued in April 2004 via Goodlife Recordings.


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