IN MOURNING Parts Ways With Drummer

IN MOURNING Parts Ways With Drummer

Swedish progressive death metallers IN MOURNING have parted ways with drummer Christian Netzell.

Says the band: "After fourteen years of playing with IN MOURNING, Christian has decided to leave the band, mainly due to musical differences.

"We will be departing from an amazing drummer and a formidable guy.

"There are no hard feelings behind this departure and we wish Christian the very best in all his current and future projects.

"For our upcoming live shows, our friend Mattias Bender will be joining us as a stand-in drummer.

"Regarding the future in a longer perspective, we will keep you informed on what will happen. However, IN MOURNING will continue to work on a new record, that's for certain."

IN MOURNING's third full-length album, "The Weight Of Oceans", was released on April 18, 2012 via Spinefarm Records. The CD was recorded in late 2011 at the Abyss and Black Lounge studios in Sweden with engineer Jonas Kjellgren. The cover art was created by Kristian Wåhlin.


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