LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE Parts Ways With Bassist, Reveals New Album Artwork, Track Listing
German gothic rockers LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE have parted ways with bassist Peter Kafka. According to the band, "Peter is too busy with his side projects to focus completely on LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE, so we decided to part ways." The group adds, "For the next shows to come the band will work with a session bassist and then see what the future brings."
Bonus tracks (digipack only):
13. All Is Suffering
In other news, LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE has revealed the track listing and artwork (by Niklas Sundin of DARK TRANQUILLITY) for its new album, "The Grandios Nowhere", due in Europe on April 30 via Napalm Records. The five-piece once again worked with producer John Fryer (HIM, NINE INCH NAILS), who previously handled the production on the band's last two albums.
"The Grandios Nowhere" track listing
01. Be Mine In Tears
02. The Letter
04. I Don't Care
05. Her Occasion Of Sin
06. A Plea
07. Not for Love
08. The Fear Of Being Alone
09. My Little Fear
11. Dead Heart Serenade
12. No Matter Where You Shoot Me
14. Of Words And Rain
(Thanks: Markus Rutten / www.sounds2move.de)
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