CRIMSON FALLS Parts Ways With Guitarist, Announces Replacement

Belgian death metallers CRIMSON FALLS have issued the following update:

"CRIMSON FALLS decided to part ways with guitar player Ringo Van Dingenen. A hard decision to take, as Ringo was with us from the start of the band 7.5 years ago and on a personal level Ringo and the rest of the band still got along well. However, Ringo's personal life made it impossible for him to invest the necessary time and effort in the band for quite some time already, which made this decision inevitable if we wanted to keep the band running on the same pace.

"We thank Ringo for everything he did for CRIMSON FALLS over the years and won't forget all the good times we shared.

"Meanwhile, we welcome Jeroen Foré as our new guitar player. Jeroen already played in several bands such as CATAFALQUE and WRETCHED VIXEN and he is currently starting up a new project band called STRICH.NINE together with members of SPOIL ENGINE, MORDA, CYPHER and POLLUTED INHERITANCE. Jeroen was the obvious choice for us as he already rehearsed with us regularly over the past 1.5 years and he already replaced Ringo on six shows in that period. As he is a very talented guitar player, we are looking forward to start working on new material together with him. Jeroen already played with us [on October 16] at 't Zaaltje in Morkhoven. (See video below.)

"We are currently working on new shows and new (weekend) tours so watch out for that."

CRIMSON FALLS' second full-length album, "Fragments Of Awareness", was released in April via Genet Records. The CD was recorded at CCR Studios (THE SETUP, ABORTED, MORDA) by Kris Belaen and features artwork by Sven de Caluwé of ABORTED.

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.


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