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Samuel Ericsson sings with Swedish metal band: “This is just the beginning”



Samuel Ericsson Dead By April

Samuel Ericsson in the studio recording vocals for Dead By April. Photo via Instagram (@karatecombat)

Swedish fighter and influencer Samuel Ericsson is a man of many talents.

In addition to competing in the full-contact karate league Karate Combat and being a successful social media influencer, he can now call himself a recording artist.

In a new post on Instagram, the Swedish fighter revealed that he’s singing on the new EP of Swedish metalcore band Dead by April.

“10 years ago I listened to DBA when I was training in the gym. Today I’m proud to call them my friends and in addition to this I’m now on their new upcoming EP! This is just the beginning, stay tuned,” Ericson wrote.

Dead by April is a Swedish metalcore band from Gothenburg formed in 2007 and so far released four studio albums. Their last full lenght is titled Worlds Collide and released on 7 April 2017 through Spinefarm and Universal.

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Samuel Ericsson to box at Misfits

A few weeks back, Samuel Ericsson teased fight in boxing promotion Misfits Boxing. At the time there are no opponent, location and fight date announced for the bout, but according to the Swede it will take place in 2024.

“I’m doing my crossover fight in one of the most hyped boxing organizations worldwide! I was scheduled to fight earlier this year but for different reasons my participation had to be postponed Right now I’m preparing to start my toughest and most challenging fightcamp ever, representing (Karate Combat) in this one crossover fight deal,” Ericsson wrote in an Instagram post.

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