HYADES Parts Ways With Bassist

Italian thrash metal band HYADES has parted ways with bassist Jerico Biagiotti and has temporarily replaced him with Rob Orlando (who was previously a member of HYADES from 2003 to 2008).

Commented the band: "We are definitely thankful to Jerico for being with us from May 2008 to nowadays; he did a great job on the album 'The Roots of Trash' and we spent good time together on stage. But times are changing and we now need to go back to roots and be again a real band, inside and outside the rehearsal room.

"We are now trying a few bass players, living around here and not 600km far, and we've probably found the right man for us."

HYADES' latest album, "The Roots of Trash", was released in 2009 via Mausoleum Records.

For more information, visit www.hyadesmetal.com


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