NewsFebruary 4, 2012 6:35 PM ET5,765 views

Serpents (ex-Oceano) announce new members

Official press release: American "Blackened Deathcore" band, Serpents, are pleased to announce that they are back into the collective "studio" re-recording the pre-production for their long awaited debut entitled "Hymns of the Serpent." Serpents are also pleased to announce that Louis Tanuis Jr. (previously of Conducting From the Grave) will be on vocal duties and Ramon "Lord Cocos" Villarreal (previously of Upon a Burning Body) on drums, rounding out the lineup. Guitarist and founder, Andrew Mikhail, has issued the following: "Plain and simple? On this day two years ago, I left Oceano. On this day a year ago, Serpents and its 'Movement' were unveiled to the world. Today, I am happy to announce a new chapter for Serpents. We now have Lou and Cocos on board and we can finally release some details about this damn album that i've been working on for a year now. haha. Nonetheless, after a couple successful tours and a very unpredictable past and future to come, 'The Movement' is still going strong as it should rightfully be and i couldn't be any more proud! "As for new music with the new lineup, be on the lookout for that dropping within the month. Until then, join 'The Movement' by linking up with our social networks to keep up to date with us! You don't want to miss this."

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