LECHEROUS NOCTURNE Announces New Singer, Prepares To Hit Studio

South Carolina-based extreme metal band LECHEROUS NOCTURNE has announced the addition of vocalist Brett Bentley to the group's ranks. The band states, "Brett is a beast front man and we are glad to have him in the fold!"

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE will enter SoundLab Studio in Lexington, South Carolina on December 10 with longtime engineer Bob Moore to begin recording its third album. A tour with DEICIDE in support of the new record will kick off in March 2012.

Vocalist Jason Hohenstein announced his departure from LECHEROUS NOCTURNE in July, telling BLABBERMOUTH.NET in a statement, "I was writing/arranging in preparation of the new record when I was asked to leave." He added, "I did not quit! I want to make that perfectly clear."

LECHEROUS NOCTURNE's second album, "The Age of Miracles Has Passed", was released in October 2008 via Unique Leader Records.

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