Why She Kills Part Ways With Singers and Seek Replacements
Dutch metallers WHY SHE KILLS have parted ways with their female singers Janneke de Rooy and Imke Kuipers due to "musical and personal differences." According to a press release, WHY SHE KILLS "will continue to be a unique brutal metal force and is looking for suitable replacements" prior to entering the studio to record its debut album. All "metal women who have the balls, the voice, the growls and the screams" to handle WHY SHE KILLS' material are invited to contact the band at email@example.com.
WHY SHE KILLS' EP, "Of Hope and Suffocation", was recorded at the Graveland Studio with producer Arno Krabman (WACKMOBIL, LANGE FRANS BAAS B) and Nienke de Jong (AUTUMN).
For more information, visit www.whyshekills.com.
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