ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY Parts Ways With Bassist, Seeks Replacement

U.K. death metallers ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY have issued the following update:

"Ross Davey [bass] has decided to part ways with ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY as of March 25, 2009. There is no bad blood or anything, we didnt kick him out. It was down to a number of reasons which would have prevented him from touring full-time with us. It's sad to see him go. He's been with us for years and we'll still remain friends.

"We've had some awesome times with you, Ross. Thanks for the memories and good luck in whatever you follow in life.

"As of right now, we're seeking a full time bassist to join ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY who is ready to jump into working on our new album and tour from July onwards. It doesn't matter where in the U.K. you live as long as you can travel.
If you're intrested, you must be 18+, be able to tour full-time and have a lot of stage presence, No shy people who are afraid to krunk their junk on stage. You must be a hard worker, be able to take the good with the bad and have a laugh. If you're not into death metal, then don't even bother. If you want to apply, send a video of you playing 'Years of Disgust' along with a small bio on yourself, what equipment you have, and a picture of yourself. If you've played in any other bands and have any live videos. send us links to [email protected]"

ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY recently inked a deal with Nuclear Blast Records. The band will enter the studio in April to record the follow-up to 2008's "Before The Throne Of Infection" for a mid-2009 release via Siege of Amida Records in the U.K. and Nuclear Blast in the rest of the world.

ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY was formed in late 2006 with the purpose of writing aggressive low-end death metal and playing it with passion, aggression and determination.

The band mixes old and new-school death metal to form its own brand of aggressive death.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/annotationsofanautopsy.

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