DARK TRANQUILLITY Launches Bassist Search
Swedish melodic death metallers DARK TRANQUILLITY have issued the following update:
"With the recent departure of Michael Nicklasson, we're searching for a new bass player. First and foremost we need someone to fill in on the upcoming European tour in October/November, and in the longer perspective we want a steady member that can participate in the songwriting for the next studio album. We are looking for a creative, skilled and experienced bass player who lives in the Gothenburg area or is willing to relocate. Interested and serious people are welcome to send an email with all relevant info to dtheadquarters[at]gmail.com. The bass duties on the Loud From The South festival in Holland this Saturday will be handled by Michael Håkansson, formerly of EVERGREY and ENGEL. Huge thanks for stepping in on such short notice."
Italian news blog Musica Metal recently posted video footage of DARK TRANQUILLITY's July 11, 2008 performance at the Evolution Festival in Milan, Italy. Watch the clip below.
Century Media Records reissued DARK TRANQUILLITY's latest album, "Fiction", in May an expanded edition in conjunction with the start of the band's recently completed North American tour. The new version is composed of a CD/DVD and features a slew of new material.
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