M.ILLION Part Ways With Guitarist, Seek Replacement

Swedish hard rockers M.ILLION have parted ways with guitarist Jonas Hermansson for "personal reasons." "We thank Jonas for his great contributions to the 'Detonator' and 'Kingsize' albums and for all the fun on the road," the band write in a statement.

"The search is now on for a hot new guitarist. Interested six stringers should send bio, sound samples and pictures to band@million.o.se. Key words: Rock 'n' roll attitude, melody, power, backing vocals, recording and touring experience."

M.ILLION are signed worldwide to Majestic Rock and are represented by Fertile Ground management. The band plan to release their sixth album in 2006, which will be the follow-up to the highly critically acclaimed "Kingsize" album.

For more information, check out the band's web site: www.million.o.se.


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