KAYSER: Former SPIRITUAL BEGGARS Frontman Signs New Record Deal

KAYSER, the new Swedish band featuring Spice (ex-SPIRITUAL BEGGARS), Mattias Svensson (THE DEFACED), Bob Ruben (ex-THE MUSHROOM RIVER BAND) and Fredrik Finnander (ex-AEON), have inked a deal with Italy's Scarlet Records.

The band's sound is best described as "a mutation of BLACK SABBATH/MEGADETH/SLAYER with dips from different good bowls of classic and modern metal," according to a press release.

"Originating from the pens of Spice and Svensson, KAYSER enforces the pillars of metal with absolute authority," the press release continues. "Focus always lies on the song, easily identifiable through the supreme vocals by Spice, though the emotional and musical expressions stretch from heavy introvert pounding to pure hate driven ferocity."

KAYSER will enter Caesar studios (SOILWORK, THE DEFACED) on January 18 to begin recording their debut album, tentatively titled "Kaiserhof". A late spring 2005 release is expected.


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