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Hevilan Recruits New Drummer Rafael Dyszy

Good news from Brazil's heavy metal outfit Hevilan, which signed to Massacre Records earlier this year. The guys now have a new, permanent drummer named Rafael Dyszy.

Dyszy started playing the drums at age 14 and was, among others, also taught by the Brazilian drummer Edu Ribeiro. Dyszy had previously joined Hevilan on tour back in 2006 during the band's "Blinded" tour, but couldn't permanently join the group at that time.

Hevilan's debut album "The End Of Time" is scheduled to be released later this year via Massacre Records. You can also see the band live on these dates:

26.07.2014 BR Jandira (São Paulo) - Caveira Velha Rock Bar

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1. coldiem writes:

Dyszy? Dizzy? Diz-sea? Die-Sigh? Haha, wow. Can't figure out how that should be pronounced.

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2. Dyszy writes:

haha, pronounced Dichi!

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3. Clots Roger writes:

Great and Amazing ... I do not like Brazilian singing in english... BUT this time... I have to tell I wonder about all together in the song and this team was Great and deserve go Up!!! Just try one music and will see...

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