CIPHER SYSTEM Announces New Guitarist

Swedish progressive metallers CIPHER SYSTEM have announced the addition of guitarist Andreas Allenmark (ANATA) to the group's ranks.

Commented the band: "What we wanted was to have a guy that has been in the game for a while, and has his shit together musically. Also, we wanted him to live close so we can meet up without any problems. [Andreas] fits in this description perfectly, as he has been touring a lot with ANATA, recording a couple of albums and lives really close by. We are more than happy to welcome him and his amazing guitar skills to the band."

CIPHER SYSTEM recently uploaded a new demo track entitled "Objection" to its MySpace page. The song, which will be featured on the band's second album (to be recorded later this year), is the first track to feature new singer Andreas Solvestrm (also in WITHIN Y).

CIPHER SYSTEM's critically acclaimed debut album, "Central Tunnel Eight" came out in November 2004 through Lifeforce Records.


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