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Koldborn

Formed: 1999
From: Aarhus, Denmark
Last Known Status: Active

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Koldborn Recruits Former Hatesphere Bassist

Guitarist Henrik "Heinz" Jacobsen of the Danish death metal band KOLDBORN has issued the following update:

"A few things are going on in the band —we decided to let Morten [Løwe Sørensen] go and get original drummer Rasmus [Salskov] back again. It only took a few rehearsals before we had the first new song nailed — super-cool to have such an awesome band to write with again! We also recruited former HATESPHERE bassist Mikael [Ehlert Hansen] so basically it's the best lineup we could imagine — both musically and personally."

"We are currently writing songs for the follow-up to 'The Uncanny Valley', and so far the songs turned out really really heavy and intense." More...

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Koldborn Feat Ex Hatesphere Members Ink Label Deal

Newest LISTENABLE RECORDS signee, KOLDBORN, was formed by drummer Rasmus and axeman Heinz (current guitar player in HATESPHERE) in 1997 with the intention of playing catchy brutal music with an emphasis on groove.

After signing with the Danish label Diehard Music, they soon released their debut album "First Enslavement" in 2001. The 2004 EP "The Devil Of All Deals" was faster, more aggressive and introduced the new vocalist Lars.

This is the year 2006 and KOLDBORN are once again ready to blast their way to the top of European metal with their new CD "The Uncanny Valley".

Due to be released on October 16th, 2006 in Europe on LISTENABLE RECORDS, it is said to be, “an astonishing album that takes musical aggression to a new level and grooves straight to the fuckin' core of all that is heavy and extreme! Watch out!”

New tracks from the upcoming album "The Uncanny Valley" are available on their MySpace site The album cover depicted is not the definite one. New art will be announced shortly.

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Koldborn Sign With Listenable Records

Danish death metallers KOLDBORN have inked a deal with Listenable Records.

The label has issued the following press release:

Koldborn was formed by drummer Rasmus and axeman Heinz (also now guitar player in HATESPHERE) in 1997 with the intention of playing catchy brutal music with an emphasis on groove.

After signing with the Danish label Diehard Music, they soon released their debut album, First Enslavement, in 2001. The 2004 EP The Devil Of All Deals was faster, more aggressive and introduced the new vocalist Lars.

This is the year 2006 and Koldborn are once again ready to blast their way to the top of European metal with their new CD, The Uncanny Valley.

Due to be released on October 16th in Europe on Listenable Records, it is an astonishing album that takes musical aggression to a new level and grooves straight to the fuckin' core of all that is heavy and extreme! Watch out!

New tracks from the upcoming album The Uncanny Valley are available at the band's MySpace page. (Note: The album cover depicted at the MySpace page is not final. New art will be revealed shortly.)

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Koldborn Seeks New Bassist

Danish death metal band KOLDBORN is currently seeking a full-time bass player preferably living in or close to Aarhus, Denmark. Interested parties can contact Heinz at Henrik@koldborn.dk.

Commented the band: "We have a few gigs lined up for the rest of the year, and have just signed a deal to release our new album, 'The Uncanny Valley', through a very respected label worldwide. We will announce the details soon."

For sound samples of the band's material, click here.

The follow-up to 2002's "First Enslavement", "The Uncanny Valley" was recorded in August 2005 and mixed in January 2006 at Smart 'n' Hard studios with producer Jacob Bredahl and is said to be "the most brutal, fastest, heaviest and most catchy material" the band have penned to date. More...

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