AGATHODAIMON Parts Ways With Frontman, Seeks Replacement
German black/death/gothic metallers AGATHODAIMON have issued the following update:
"After the short tour through Spain and Portugal in November, our vocalist/guitarist Frank 'Akaias' Nordmann revealed that he received an excellent job offer he can't refuse. Sadly this means he has to move to Norway, so he will leave the band. We collectively wish him all the best for his future plans and thank him for the great time we spent together in the rehearsal room, on stage and of course off stage as well!
"So, we're looking for a new vocalist and guitarist already. If you think you can handle both duties, you're welcome, too. A few very promising musicians already contacted us, so interested people should hurry and send their info over www.agathodaimon.de/apply. Besides, the new album, which will be entitled 'Phoenix', is still in the works."
AGATHODAIMON last year announced the addition of bassist Till Ottinger (ex-MISANTHROPIC) to the group's ranks.
AGATHODAIMON's last album, "Serpent's Embrace", was released in 2004 via Nuclear Blast Records.
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