Polish progressive grindcore quartet ANTIGAMA has issued the following update:"After eight years of grinding, Lukasz 'Lucas' Myszkowski (vocals) has left the band. Due to his job, personal issues and other things he decided to quit. We wish Lucas only the best and fully respect his decision. Look out for his new musical projects in near future. "Luckily the new throat has already been found and the guy seems to be the right person in the right place. His name is Patryk Zwolinski, the man known for using his tremendous vocal abilities in BLINDEAD. We are even more stoked to have such a great artist in our line-up. Additionally, ANTIGAMA's recent bass player Mike has been temporarily replaced by a nice Spanish guy called Jose. The new steady bassist will be announced soon. "More good news is that the band have completed the music for their fifth full-length release. The follow-up of 'Resonance' and the second album for Relapse Records will be recorded this September, again with producer Szymon Czech. The tentative release date is spring 2009." For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.
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