The Swedish band is considered the great hope in the field of melodic hard rock.
They have announced that singer Erik Grönwall is leaving the band, and that his successor will be the original H.E.A.T singer Kenny Leckremo. The founding members of H.E.A.T issued the following statement about Erik leaving the group to pursue other interests, "First of all, we would like to thank Erik for all the crazy fun and epic trips around the world over the past 10 years. Together we have made H.E.A.T what it is today. Secondly, we would like to welcome founding member and original vocalist Kenny Leckremo back to the band. We look forward to writing the next chapter of H.E.A.T history together. "
Swedish band H.E.A.T. is considered the great hope in melodic hard rock. With a unique flair for catchy melodies and their energetic live performances, the band has played their way into the hearts of classic rock fans worldwide in recent years. In January the band will release their sixth album "II". And this longplayer promises of course again a lot of catchy numbers with plenty of hit potential. Four months after the release, the quintet will heat up on stage at Z7.
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