DOMINATION BLACK Parts Ways With Singer, Seeks Replacement

Finnish "horror" metallers DOMINATION BLACK have parted ways with singer Kari A. Kilgast (a.k.a The Sentinel) and are currently seeking a replacement. Interested parties can contact the band at

Fan-filmed video footage of DOMINATION BLACK's performance at this year's Dark River festival — which was held August 7-8, 2009 at Honkala Stadium, Karhula, Finland — can be viewed below (courtesy of "JaEISa").

DOMINATION BLACK last year released a video for the song "The House Of 1000 Eyes". The track, which features guest vocals by LORDI mainman Mr. Lordi, comes off DOMINATION BLACK's latest mini-CD, "Haunting", which entered the Finnish single chart at position No. 15 back in February 2008.

DOMINATION BLACK's mascot, "Fearbringer", was created by Mr. Lordi.


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