FELONY Announces New Female Singer

Swiss melodic metallers FELONY have announced the addition of female singer Melissa to the group's ranks. The band's new lineup will make its live debut on March 7, 2009 at Downstairs in Worblaufen, Switzerland.

Vocalist Simone Christinat left FELONY earlier in the year and has since joined the Swiss symphonic metal act LEGENDA AUREA.

FELONY parted ways with singers Andreas Wildi and Andrea Richner in July 2007. According to a posting on the band's web site, the reason for their departure was "infamous personal differences."

FELONY's debut album, "First Works", was originally released in 2005 as self-financed CD, distributed by Non-Stop-Music in Switzerland. An expanded version of the CD (featuring two bonus tracks) received a wider release in 2006 via Escape Music.

For more information, visit the band's MySpace page.

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