Ex-BENEDICTION/BOLT THROWER Frontman Joins STRANGLER
Dave Ingram — current vocalist for DOWNLORD, and former growler for BENEDICTION and BOLT THROWER — has joined Danish zombie-shaggers STRANGLER. STRANGLER was created by Mads Haarløv after the funeral of Haarløv's prior underground icons INIQUITY.
Commented Ingram: "I have both the energy and the creativity to be in two bands, and — equally importantly — the backing of the DOWNLORD dudes, so why the fuck not?!! I once worked with Mads in a band called DESERT MOUTH (in '98) prior to my tenure in BOLT THROWER, and have always wanted to work with that sick fucker again. I got given the chance, so I took it. So now I guess I'm damned....but, then again....I was from birth!!"
STRANGLER currently only has a MySpace page available, where its four-track demo — featuring Haarløv on vocals — is available for download for a limited time only.
Said Ingram: "The plan is for me to re-record the vocals on that demo, and then we'll release it online — again for free — and see where it takes us. So for now...go grab that sick fucking recording before we abort it!!!!"
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