Sweden's IMPIOUS have replaced drummer Ulf Johansson with Mikael Norn. According to an official statement from the band, [Ulf] is now playing the bass in a band called TRIBAL INK, known from Wannabe, which is a Swedish national TV program/documentary about how a rock band is formed [the Swedish equivalent of MTV's Making The Band]. The whole Swedish people can follow the band being formed (through an audition), the rehearsals, the recording of and album, the touring, and basically everything else that has to do with being a 'rockstar'. Somehow like THE SPICE GIRLS, just that this program deals with hard rock. Or does it...?
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