Norwegian metallers ARCH NEMESIS have announced the addition of guitarist Lars Solbakken to the group's ranks. "Solbakken has been brought in to replace Mr. Motvind on the rhythm guitar," ARCH NEMESIS write on their web site. "His first gig with the band will be at the Elements Of Metal Festival in December. We are still looking for a second guitarist but for now Nesmoht is handling the lead guitar. We are working our asses off rehearsing for the festival and the spirits are high. After a long period of trouble, it finally feels great again and the band haven't had so much fun rehearsing in a long time. We are back to kick some ass!"ARCH NEMESIS' sophomore album, "Of Mind and Fantasy", is scheduled for release this fall through FaceFront Records. An MP3 of the track "I Dream", taken from the forthcoming CD, can be downloaded at this location (6.1 MB).
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