Legendary Swiss Death-Thrashers MESSIAH – New Lineup Announcement!

Switzerland’s legendary death-thrash band MESSIAH has come out with a couple of new additions to the band. You can check out the news about the new members to the lineup right here after the break below.

From The Press Release

Switzerland’s legendary Death-Thrashers MESSIAH welcome two new members in their line-up!

The band has shared the following statement:

MESSIAH will start their 4th era in 2022. After the successful reunion in 2018 in the original 1990s Noise line-up, with various international live shows and the new album ‘Fracmont’ in 2020, we have to reorient ourselves. Shouter Andy Kaina has decided not to continue musically and has left the band. We had to accept that, but we remain best friends privately.  
After a successful session we found a new singer at the end of 2021; Marcus Seebach from Chur, Switzerland (Masquerade, Taste Of Tears). The chemistry fit right away and we are looking forward to an exciting future together.  

Since 2021 V.O. Pulver (Gurd, Poltergeist, Pulver) supports us live on stage on the second guitar. V.O. is the producer of our album ‘Fracmont’ which was recorded in his Little Creek Studio, Switzerland. Already in 1987 he played some live gigs with MESSIAH.  
In addition to more live shows, a new MLP is planned, to be released via High Roller Records in 2022.

MESSIAH – Line-Up 2022 (photo from left to right):

Steve Karrer (Drums) | R.B. Brögi (Guitars) | Marcus Seebach (Vocals) | Patrick Hersche (Bass) | V.O. Pulver (Guitars)

Photo Credit: Lila Siewczyk 


Roger Wicki: wicked@messiah-thrashingmadness.ch 

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