Former CRADLE OF FILTH/AT THE GATES drummer Adrian Erlandsson has issued the following update:"It's finally offical, I have parted ways with CRADLE OF FILTH. To concentrate on all other interesting musical projects that I have going at the moment. "The main one is NEMHAIN. We have just filmed a video for the song called 'Ana' so keep your eyes open for that. The music in NEMHAIN is very different to the other stuff that I have been in the past but it lies very close to bands that I grew up listening to, like RAMONES, MOTÖRHEAD. "The other band I am working with is currently unnamed. We have been working on songs since the beginning of this summer and believe me they CRUSH!!!! The other members of the band will be made official very soon!! It is all serious players from across the globe that have left their mark on metal history in a big way with their past bands!!! We are currently working on a demo and have 9 CRUSHING songs to choose from so stay tuned !!! "Metal as we know it today will be no more!!"
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