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Dew-Scented Announces New Guitarist Marvin Vriesde

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Dew-Scented, which recently posted a teaser trailer for the new album "Icarus," has announced the band's new line-up (re-)introduces Marvin Vriesde (Severe Torture, ex-Blo.Torch) as main guitarist and songwriter.

Not a stranger to Dew-Scented’s path of life, Vriesde’s ties with the band go as far as back as 1996, when he played lead guitars for Dew-Scented on the band’s first ever proper tour (With Edge Of Sanity, Lake Of tears and Sadist), as well as for some additional shows supporting Morbid Angel.

He later on returned, among other occasions, as live session guitarist for a European tour with Cannibal Corpse in 2002 and also for runs in Europe (With Nevermore and Mercenary), Japan (With High On Fire and Misery Signals) and North America (With Vader and Decapitated) all throughout 2005, as well as appearing with guitars-leads on the “Issue VI” album and also performing on the “Turn To Ash” video clip.

Vocalist Leif Jensen adds: “I’m truly happy to have finally managed to team up with my buddy Marvin in Dew-Scented. Being one of my closest friends in music and the band’s ‘longest running companion’, it’s amazing to be able to finally put the band’s musical present and future in his hands, giving our music a new safe home with his talent and dedication. I can’t wait for you all to hear the great start-up results we achieved with Icarus!”

Marvin Vriesde checks in to comment as follows: “Me and Dew-Scented have a long history together. I helped the band out on several occasions in the past, studio as well as live situations. So when Leif suggested joining forces for real on the new record I was thrilled! This allowed me to write Dew-Scented songs that I would really want to hear from the band, from a fan's point of view."

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