GLORIA MORTI Parts Ways With Drummer

Finnish metallers GLORIA MORTI have issued the following update:

"After 10 years as the band's drummer, Jarmo [Juurikka] has decided to leave the group due to personal reasons. There is no grudge between him and the other members. GLORIA MORTI is now in progress of finding a new drummer.

"There has been very few updates conserning the upcoming album and we apologize for this. Things may look quiet but even as we speak, [Juho] Räihä's kettles are boiling with some really nasty shit, and unnerving shrieks and wails are carrying out of his guitar cabinet.

"Expect the very worst humanity has to offer.

GLORIA MORTI is currently working on the follow-up to the band's second album, "Eryx", which was released last year through Stay Heavy Records in Finland and Cyclone Empire Records in the rest of Europe.


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