Zornheym Unveil None For All Featuring New Drummer Qual

Swedish Black/Death Metal outfit Zornheym have released their latest single None For All. The exciting track is the first to feature the band’s new drummer Qual, after the departure of Steve Pygmalion.

Zornheym has been a significant part of my life since I joined in 2017,” Steve Pygmalion said. “We have shared many memories and grown together as people and artists. I wish the band all the best and am excited for their upcoming album. Long live Zornheym!”

Qual, known for his work with bands like Prime Creation, Morifade, and Nephenzy, has expressed excitement about joining Zornheym. “I’m extremely happy and proud to be a part of Zornheym and their crazy world,” he told us. “I have always been a fan of their cool mix of Extreme Metal, Symphonic elements, good songwriting, and Bendler’s fantastic voice. 

“And, of course, the whole Zornheym concept. I’d like to say a huge thanks to Zorn, Bendler, and Scucca for believing in me and taking me on this journey. And to all inmates of Zornheym, see you at the shows.”

Zornheym founder Zorn also expressed his excitement about Qual joining the group. “It felt natural with Qual right from the start,” he said. “Filling the drum throne after both Angst and Steve is no easy task, but he is doing a fantastic job.”

The first show with the new lineup will take place on July 5th and 6th at the Metal Theatre Festival in Kalmar, Sweden. Watch and listen to None For All in the meantime, which provides a first insight into the new lineup.

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