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Throne Of Malediction Guitarist Eric Horner To Tour With Daniel Vrangsinn On U.S. Dates

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Guitarist/vocalist Eric Horner of Throne of Malediction has issued the following announcement about performing live with Daniel Vrangsinn on an upcoming U.S. tour:

"Dark Greetings, friends, fans and haters alike... I, (ER!C) have been been selected by our Norwegian friend Vrangsinn (of Carpathian Forest and Misantrof) to join a 2011 USA tour as a live guitarist. I am extremely honored to be asked and just have to say yes. Details and dates are TBA, but probably will start March 2011. Most likely will tour with kick ass Florida band, Wykked Wytch.

"Cannot give away too many details yet, press releases will be out later from Vrangsinn's management. I will also update when possible. I am learning the songs now. Should be a great learning experience and I hope to spread the word of my band too along the way. It will only be a break from Throne to hit the road and help Mr V conquer the USA. Throne of Malediction is still my main project.

"We are now, already recording for our second album. Our first, btw, 'Ceremonial Blood' is set for release thru Ziekte Records in November 2010. Also, yes, we have a new keyboard player. He is a crazy young dude with serious talent named Nick Fischer. Our new songs will use him a lot. There's an update from The Throne Zone haha... Thanks for all the support! Check out his awesome tunes (some I will be playing) in the video at this location."

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