CRAZY LIXX Parts Ways With Guitarist, Seeks Replacement
Swedish sleaze rockers CRAZY LIXX whose guitarist Vic Zino recently joined fellow Swedes HARDCORE SUPERSTAR as the replacement for Thomas Silver have issued the following update:
"We faced Vic with a choice and he went for HARDCORE SUPERSTAR. We need a guitarist who is 100% committed to CRAZY LIXX and with Vic's new position with HARDCORE SUPERSTAR that just isn't possible. For the survival of CRAZY LIXX, this is the way it has to be and we hope our fans understand that too.
"We wish Vic the best of luck with his new band and thank him for six great years with LIXX."
Vic will play his last two gigs with CRAZY LIXX at the end of April, supporting HARDCORE SUPERSTAR.
Added CRAZY LIXX: "The search for a new guitar player starts right away. We can not and will not let the departure of Vic stop or slow us down. We will do our absolute best to find a new talented member to fill Vic's shoes and the way we see it now, none of the scheduled shows are in danger of being cancelled."
"CRAZY LIXX have decided to part with guitarist Vic Zino.
If you think you've got what it takes to be the new CRAZY LIXX guitarist, send the following to [email protected]:
* A short written bio (and a list of bands you've been in, if any)
* A couple of photos of you (also photos on stage if you have those)
* Recorded material where you play guitar (preferably video, but audio is OK)
The band will personally go through ALL applications.
CRAZY LIXX's debut album, "Loud Minority", was released in November 2007 via Swedmetal Records.
CRAZY LIXX's "Want It" video:
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