ABSU have parted ways with bassist/vocalist Equitant Ifernain and are currently seeking a replacement. Here is drummer/co-founder Proscriptor McGovern's official statement on the matter:"On behalf of ABSU and myself, we are unfortunate to announce the departure of co-founder/guitarist/bassist/songwriter Equitant Ifernain from the band. Due to several confounding circumstances, Equitant has decided to pursue other musical enterprises, as well as continue his ongoing solo projects. Equitant salutes all his supporters and devotees of mythological occult metal over the past decade. He assures you that he is not retiring, yet merely exploring vaster abysses. "We are seeking a permanent bassist/vocalist replacement as soon as possible. Appearance, as well as intellect power, is a MUST and drug fiends are welcome. If you don't know us, then we surely don't know you. If interested, please contact [email protected] or send demonstration efforts to P.O. Box 743307, Dallas, Texas 75374-3307, USA."
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