The Haunted guitarist Ola Englund joins forces with former Decapitated Drummer Kerim ”Krimh” Lechner for new project called Eldvåg

Guitarist Ola Englund (The Haunted, Feared, ex-Six Feet Under) and drummer Kerim “Krimh” Lechner (ex-Decapitated) are collaborating together on a new project called Eldvåg and you can get a taste of what’s to come from this new endeavour.

Check out the yet unnamed track via a play-through video showing Ola Englund abusing his guitar and Kerim “Krimh” Lechner destroying his drum kit right here:

Eldvåg  Ola Englund J  Kerim KrimhBoth musicians have achieved a grand success in their many endeavours and are also are renowned for their online tutorials depicting their technical and recording skills. The duo is currently looking for a vocalist to round off the line-up and contribute to the material and have recorded this play-through video with the purpose of auditioning interested musicians, with or without any experience.

Ola Englund comments on the profile the singer: “We’re not searching for any particular kind of vocalist. We just feel that the singer is the last piece of the puzzle that will form the outcome of this project. It could be clean, opera, growling you name it. We want to hear it all.”

If you’re interested in auditioning for Eldvåg, please see the description at the video for more details.

In other news, Kerim “Krimh” Lechner have recently completed the recordings of a new studio album for his solo project Krimh. Titled “Krimhera”, this new effort features 10 new tracks and will be released on December 10th, 2014. Ola Englund, meanwhile, is also hard at work with The Haunted, promoting the recently released album “Exit Wounds” live as well as recording the upcoming Feared album.

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