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Byfrost Announces New Drummer Rune Nesse

Orkan drummer Rune Nesse has joined the ranks of Norwegian blackened metallers Byfrost as a permanent replacement for the recently departed Alkolust. Originally intending not to find a full-time replacement, but rather to use session drummers both for live performances and in the studio, the band quickly changed its mind after rehearsing with Nesse.

Commented front man HeavyHarms: “The Bergen music community is very tightly knit, and we had known of Rune’s work for a long time. When our old drummer left we immediately started rehearsing with Rune and it was obvious that he not only understood BYFROST’s music, but that he also shared our vision for the band. So we did the logical thing and asked him to join as a full time member.”

The following press release was also issued about Byfrost:

"A band known for its trademark menacing heavy riffs and headbang-inducing live performances, Byfrost’s sophomore album 'Of Death,' which, like their debut album 'Black Earth' was produced by Enslaved’s Herbrand Larsen, was released on Germany’s AFM Records in 2011, and led to several festival appearances and a European Tour. Work has already begun on the third album, and, according to the vocalist, 'Rune’s arrival has been like a shot of adrenaline. Byfrost is sounding tighter and heavier than ever before. The new album is already sounding fantastic, and we can assure our fans that it’s going to more than meet their expectations.' More information about Byfrostcan be found on the band’s Facebook page here. Below you can see fan-filmed footage of Byfrost performing 'Horns to the Sky' live at Bloodstock in 2011."

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