Drummer Nigel Durham (ex-SAXON, ex-OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON) has joined the U.K. hard rock band MORPHEUS RISING.Says the group: "Nigel is a fantastic drummer with an outstanding pedigree, and we're delighted to welcome him into the band. "Nigel is no stranger to rock audiences, having played on SAXON's 'Destiny' album, and several albums with OLIVER/DAWSON SAXON, including 'Re:Landed' and 'It's Alive'. We are really looking forward getting stuck into rehearsals with him, preparing current material for the live set and new songs for the album sessions. "We're all looking forward to the new album and a new era with Melodic Revolution Records, and with Nigel joining the band too, we're really hungry to get cracking." States Nigel: "[I] can't wait to get my teeth into MORPHEUS RISING!"
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