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Blacklisted singer goes solo

Posted by Loren on June 12, 2013

Blacklisted singer goes solo
Blacklisted singer goes solo

Blacklisted vocalist G. Hirsch has announced a solo album under the moniker Harm Wülf. The album will be titled There's Honey In the Soil So We Wait For the Till and will be released by Daethwish Inc.  is

Hirsch is planning summer shows to follow the albums release, including dates with Nails, Xibalba, Power Trip and Palm.

Blacklisted singer goes solo
Blacklisted singer goes solo

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