HARMONY: NEW VOCALIST WANTED

The Swedish melodic metal band Harmony are looking for a new vocalist, and you’ll find information on how to apply below. Henrik Båth [vocals] and Magnus Holmberg [keyboards] left Harmony a while back to focus solely on Darkwater, where Harmony guitarist Markus Sigfridsson and drummer Tobias Enbert also are members.

Harmony released their debut album “Dreaming Awake” through Massacre Records in 2003 and their latest album “Chapter II: Aftermath” through Ulterium Records in 2008. The band is now ready to hit the studio to record their third album, and will begin to record it this fall.

If you want to become the new vocalist of Harmony and think you’ve got what it takes then download the file below that contains the track “Kingdom”, record yourself singing the track and send it in mp3 format to newharmonyvocalist@ulterium-records.com together witha a photo and short bio.

Link: http://www.ulterium-records.com/newharmonyvocalist/kingdom_pack.zip

Harmony online:
http://www.facebook.com/harmonysweden

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// Emil Westerdahl, Ulterium Records
www.ulterium-records.com

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