British female-fronted act DEFENESTRATION are once again on the lookout for a new drummer, having recently parted ways with Ben Gordelia.According to frontwoman Gen, "there have been a series of set backs that have put us off track for a while but now as they seem to be being resolved we thought it time to explain ourselves. The drummer curse that has hit us time and time again has unfortunately hit again, Ben has decided to leave and concentrate on his recording studio. We are all sad to see him go but are well on the way to replacing him. Another setback is that we have ceased working with our management. This will not stop us, however. We are recording a demo of new stuff soon and are going to plan a tour. We have a second album written that kicks the shit out of the first and we cant wait to start touring the new stuff."
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