Swedish drummer Snowy Shaw (DREAM EVIL, KING DIAMOND, MERCYFUL FATE, MEMENTO MORI, NOTRE DAME) has posted the following message on his official web site:
"January 30th: SNOWY and DREAM EVIL = NO MORE. Less than a month before the scheduled recording of their fourth album, Snowy decides to pull the plug and quit, taking all his songs with him which he intends to use on his own...
"CAN(S)ELLED. The planned spring recording of Joacim Cans' [HAMMERFALL singer] second solo album which would see Snowy's participation both as the drummer and second lead singer as well as songwriter, has been postponed until further notice, due to the massive workload of HAMMERFALL.
"February 5th: Snowy works for Revolver filming CHILDREN OF BODOM's Stockholm show.
"February 11th: KAMELOT featuring Snowy. A KAMELOT live DVD to be filmed at the Rockefeller theatre, Oslo by Revolver Film Company. Snowy will perform in full regalia the vocal duet on 'March of Mephisto' as singer Roy Khan's evil counterpart. The part was originally done by DIMMU BORGIR's Shagrath on their last album and video.
"On March 4th: Snowy will be doing a drum clinic at Musikens Hus in Gothenburg."
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