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Volturyon Recruits New Bassist Tim Scott

Volturyon has checked in with the following announcement about recruiting a new bassist:

"We are happy to announce that Tim Scott is Volturyon's new bass player. Tim has been a friend of the band for many years and we're very glad to have him onboard.

"Tim grew up in Northern California and the Bay Area thrash scene. By the age of 16 Tim had already played in various hardrock/metal bands before moving to the New York City area. There Tim found a thrash band Parasyte and quickly made contacts in the New York/ New Jersey underground metal scene including Henry Veggian and John MacEntee of Revenant. In 1987 Tim was asked to join Revenant and the then new started death metal revolution.

"Over the years with Revenant, Tim played shows with and toured with such bands as Morbid Angel, Gorefest, Napalm Death and Cannibal Corpse to name only a few. Revenant disband in 1994 and Tim decided to take his bass to Florida and the then exploding South Florida death scene, there he teamed up with Phil Faciana (Malevolent Creation ) and Rob Barret (Cannibal Corpse) creating a Grind band called HatePlow. In 1999 Tim left HatePlow and moved to Sweden.

"In Sweden Tim has kept himself involved with the music scene as promoter and metal disc jockey. The addiction of playing music has never left him and in 2011 Tim started Margrave with friends Torbjörn Bryndel(Insision) and Henke Östensson (The Ugly) , that culminated in an EP 'Acid Spell' TBR 2013/14 on Bifrost records.

"Tim is also trying his hand as vocalist in Methane. A venture with Jimi Masterbo (Hell Patrol) that is testing new demensions of the Southern Metal / Groove metal genre."

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