DANZIG Part Ways With Guitarist TOMMY VICTOR

Guitarist Tommy Victor has left DANZIG, an informed source has told BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "Things just didn't work out," the source added. "No replacement has been named."

Victor is currently focusing on writing the follow-up to PRONG's 2004 album "Scorpio Rising", tentatively due next year via Locomotive Music.

Tommy originally joined DANZIG in 1996 prior to the band's tour with OZZY OSBOURNE.

DANZIG have just issued a DVD, "Il Demonio Nera: (The Black Demon)", containing videos, video outtakes, alternative versions and previously unreleased material from DANZIG's "Danzig 4" (2000) and "Danzig 5" (2002) projects.

"Il Demonio Nera" is DANZIG's second DVD collection of vintage videos; "Danzig ­ Archive De La Morte", which features videos from "Danzig 3" and "Thralldemonsweatlive", was released in 2003.


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