Former TURISAS Bassist Joins DIRGE ETERNAL

Former TURISAS bassist Hannes Horma has joined horror metallers DIRGE ETERNAL as their new guitarist.

DIRGE ETERNAL recently completed work on the "Under The Spell" EP at Sound Supreme Studio in Hämeenlinna, Finland. In addition to playing lead guitar on the CD, Horma served as engineer and producer during the sessions.

Due on May 5, "Under The Spell"'s release will be celebrated with a performance later that night at Escape in Riihimäki, Finland.

DIRGE ETERNAL's second music video, "Slaughterhouse", will be premiered on May 4 at the Biorex movie theater in Hämeenlinnna.

DIRGE ETERNAL is:

Jani Perta - Vocals
Hannes Horma - Guitar
Henri Asikainen - Guitar
Markus Ylänne - Bass
Patrik Albrecht - Drums

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