MIDNATTSOL Parts Ways With Guitarist, Seeks Replacement

MIDNATTSOL — the German-Norwegian band featuring vocalist Carmen Elise Espenaes (the younger sister of LEAVES' EYES singer Liv Kristine) — has parted ways with guitarist Fabian Pospiech. According to the band, "Fabz [recently] became father of a little son. Such events always also bring some changes in life, thus Fabz decided to concentrate increasingly on his family and his new job. Unfortunately, this also means that Fabz won’t be able to play at MIDNATTSOL any longer. We can understand his decision very well and wish him all the best and good luck for the future!"

The band continues, "To complete the lineup and blast off again we are searching for a band experienced and creative guitarist. Do you already have live experience, are you motivated and ready for headbanging? Then please write to [email protected] and give us a short description about yourself (if possible with a picture) and what you have musically done so far.

"What you can expect at us? A record deal, a rehearsal room at Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart, festivals and tours and of course us, a bunch of Midnattsols that like to party. We are currently writing songs for our third album and would be happy if you immediately join us with this and at the forthcoming Metal Female Voices Fest in Belgium. Musicians from Ludwigsburg / Stuttgart and the greater region will be preferred."

MIDNATTSOL's second album, "Nordlys" (translated: Northern Light), was released in March via Napalm Records. The CD was mixed by Tue Madsen and was mastered at Finnvox Studios in Helsinki, Finland with Mika Jusilla.

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MIDNATTSOL's debut album, "Where Twilight Dwells", was released in 2005 via Napalm Records.

Video footage of MIDNATTSOL performing at the Summer Breeze festival on August 15, 2008 in Dinkelsbühl, Germany can be viewed below (clip uploaded by YouTube user "MetalFan778").

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