ILLDISPOSED Parts Ways With Guitarist, Announces Replacement
Danish extreme metallers ILLDISPOSED have parted ways with guitarist Franz Hellboss. His replacement is "Smukke" Ken Holst who played the last two shows with the band.
ILLDISPOSED's latest album, "There Is Light (But It's Not For Me)", entered the official chart in the band's home country at position No. 78. Released on April 1 via Massacre Records, the CD was recorded at Antfarm Studio in rhus, Denmark with producer Tue Madsen (MOONSPELL, DARK TRANQUILLITY, GOREFEST, SICK OF IT ALL).
ILLDISPOSED's previous album, "To Those Who Walk Behind Us", entered the official chart in the band's home country at position No. 32. This was the group's highest-ever chart position in Denmark.
The "There Is Light (But It's Not For Me)" artwork was created by Lasse Hoile, who previously worked with ILLDISPOSED on the "1-800 Vindication" and "Burn Me Wicked" releases.
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