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PIROSAINT announce line up changes, free new song

pirosaint (2012) NY thrash metal band PIROSAINT have announced the addition of Nicolas Scandiffio (formerly INSIDE OUT N.Y.C.) as its new permanent singer.

The band have uploaded a brand new track called "I'd rather see them bleed" featuring its new line up. The track was recorded and mixed by Ignacio Orellana at Oily Sound Studios in New Windsor, NY and Mastered at SoundLab, NJ. You can download the track for free at its Soundcloud page, click here.


Nicolas Scandiffio did commented:
"I'm happy. I have finally found my match, Pirosaint is exactly what I have been searching for… my admiration for all genres of heavy metal music made me land on the ideal situation".

Drummer Ignacio Orellana also commented:
"We had to move fast after the last bad experience with the singer, So, as soon as we knew that Nicolas was our guy, we decided to do a song and see what we could get from that mix and here it is!… It's "a new yesterday" for me personally, Pirosaint has released brand new material after 15 years of being asleep. So, now we are working on a mini album wich we have already recorded half way … we hope to have it finished by the end of these year, and release it on CD format via Digmetalworld Records, by March of the next year".

Currently the band Pirosaint has been confirmed as supporting act for Marc Rizzo of Soulfly and Cavalera Conspiracy on the following dates:

- Nov 23 Bogies, Albany NY
- Dec 15 The Loft, Poughkeepsie, NY

Pirosaint is:
Nicolas Scandiffio - Vocals
Bill Smith - Guitars
Ron Buckner - Bass
Ignacio Orellana - Drums/Backing vocals

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    November 02, 2012

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