BLOODFLOWERZ Part With Guitarist, Prepare To Record New CD

German female-fronted dark/goth metal act BLOODFLOWERZ have parted ways with guitarist Nille. "Nille has left the band for personal reasons," the band said in a statement on their official web site. "We are very sorry for his decision and thank him for the time we had together, the joy and sorrow, the rock 'n' roll and his effort. This time will live on in our hearts and we wish all the best, luck and energy for his dreams and visions. Keep the fire ablaze, Dani!

"We also have strengthened our energy and united in our new songs. From the 9th of February on we'll record the new CD 'seven/seven' in studio. What it means you'll get to know at the end of May! Keep ready!

"At the 1st of February the cooperation with our management Modern Noise ended. We want to thank Michael Schurr for the cooperation and support and wish all the best for him."


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