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Peter Dolving quits The Haunted

Just 30 minutes ago Peter Dolving wrote the following statement on his Facebook page:

“I am officially quitting The Haunted. After years of working with the band, I am out. I have had it. I will NOT answer questions to why. It’s no one elses business. Thank you very much. I am looking forward to seeing you people at other shows with other projects.”

Well that’s something I didn’t see coming. Dolving already left The Haunted once in 1998 and returned in 2003. Last year, the band released Unseen, the band’s biggest critical flop.


Interview: Peter Dolving (The Haunted)

Thanks to Stefan Franke of Century Media, I got to interview Peter Dolving, vocalist of The Haunted. I’m really anxious to get this one posted because it turned into my favorite interview so far, simply because it’s funny as hell. A huge thank you goes to Dolving for playing and joking along. I’ve had the complete opposite in other interviews and I’m glad he joined in on the fun.

Take into account that I sent these following questions before Christmas last year and he answered them after Christmas. Make the jump to read on.


The Haunted man speaks

Peter Dolving, frontman of The Haunted, has spoken recently about their forthcoming 11th studio album (scheduled for an early 2011 release), describing it as “awesome.” Well, they’re hardly going to describe it as crap are they? Or slightly above average? Congrats on being the 2,054,129th band to describe your latest album as being awesome.

Snide remarks aside though, I am rather looking forward to this release. If you are too, read more over at Blabbermouth.


The Haunted enter studio

Rivaling Job For a Cowboy and Megadeth for most ridiculous band name, The Haunted will be entering the studio tomorrow to record their follow up to 2008’s Versus. The band are hoping their seventh studio album will be released by early 2011.

The Haunted aren’t really haunted by the way, it’s just a “cool” name. A bit like how the frontman, Peter Dolving, isn’t a dolphin.

You’d probably expect the band to say that this will be their “heaviest” yet, or that they’re going back to their “roots” after the criticism they faced from their last two ‘more experimental’ albums, right? Apparently not, as Dolving basically said ‘fuck ’em, we’re going to keep doing what we want.’ Good for them! Read more at Blabbermouth.

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