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Divine Heresy Officially Announces New Singer

Divine Heresy As The Gauntlet first reported on July 16, 2008, Divine Heresy has now officially announced its new singer. After much controversy and speculation, Divine Heresy have returned stronger than ever with a dynamic new vocalist, Travis Neal (The Bereaved, Pushed), who will join them on their upcoming tour of Mexico, which will be followed by a string of U.S. dates. The group recently re-recorded the album's vicious title track, "Bleed The Fifth" with Neal on vocals. Head here to check it out. A video for the track is also currently being edited together for an early Sept. airdate, so keep an eye out.

Dino Cazares (guitars) further comments: "We are beyond stoked to have Travis on board with us and we immediately knew that he was the perfect guy for the job. He definitely has the range and stage presence to make him one of the genre's most lethal vocalists out there and the new material we are writing is going to smoke our debut. It's more brutal, faster and pissed off, so you better start preparing yourselves now. Until then, we went ahead and re-recorded 'Bleed The Fifth' with Travis and it's just a little taste of what this guy is truly capable of so enjoy and we will see you soon."

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Tags:  Divine heresyTravis NealTommy VextDino CazaresCentury Media records

    August 14, 2008

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