IN GRIEF: New Drummer Needed

Drummer Vegard Hellan is leaving Norway's IN GRIEF in April. The band is currently seeking a replacement.

IN GRIEF recently inked a deal with Bombworks Records. The group's seven-song, 45-minute debut, "Deserted Soul", will be released in early 2009.

Hailing from Norway, IN GRIEF plays its own brand of extreme metal which can best be described as atmospheric progressive death metal. Each song has an epic feel to it, with lots of dynamic contrasts, tempo changes, memorable melodies, great riffing, and plenty of heaviness. Taking a chapter from bands like OPETH, the band is content to take its time to let a song build up before unleashing its fury on you, all the while appeasing the listener with well-crafted melodies and rhythms.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/ingrief.

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