CRYSTALLION Guitarist Quits
Guitarist Florian Ramsauer has left German "noble power metal" hopefuls CRYSTALLION due to "personal reasons." A replacement guitarist has not yet been announced.
CRYSTALLION released its second album, "Hattin", in the U.S. on August 12 via Dockyard 1/Locomotive. The CD was issued in Europe on May 16.
CRYSTALLION's first CD, "A Dark Enchanted Crystal Night", came out in 2006 and was well received by fans and media. Germany's Rock Hard magazine gave it 8/10 points and stated: "From songs to production to the cover, everything fits here. A very well-done debut for a young and promising band!"
CRYSTALLION's bombastic metal is said to be influenced by RHAPSODY, STRATOVARIUS, HELLOWEEN and SONATA ARCTICA. Their most significant asset is singer Thomas Strübler's multi-octave range, which separates the band from their counterparts.
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