UK metal band Sanctorum have revealed that they have a new bass player.
Ahead of their UK tour with LA metal vets My Ruin this August, the band have recruited Matt Adamson to bring the low-end rhythm and rumble.
Writing via their Facebook page, Sanctorum said: “The Sacred Mood Tour with My Ruin is now just 5 weeks away, so we would like to introduce you to our new bass player Matt Adamson – come give him a warm welcome at one of the shows!”
The band have also teased their new album, stating: “Check back here next week, as we will be revealing the artwork for our new album coming VERY soon!”
You can watch the video for Sanctorum’s track “Paradigm”, taken from their last studio album, Semper Fidelis, below:
Meanwhile, the band have also announced that they are to play a set at Attitude Metal Fest in November. The event is a charity festival, with proceeds going to the Team Baby Tasker Children’s Charity. The festival takes place on the 29th November at Claremont Pier, Lowestoft.
Sanctorum will play in support of My Ruin during The Sacred Mood tour as follows:
Friday 15th Aug: Alt-Fest, Kettering
Saturday 16th Aug: Underworld, Camden
Sunday 17th Aug: The Haunt, Brighton
Tuesday 19th Aug: Sound Control, Manchester
Wednesday 20th Aug: O2 Academy, Birmingham
Thursday 21st Aug: The Fleece, Bristol
Friday 22nd Aug: Fibbers, York
Saturday 23rd Aug: The Waterfront, Norwich