MORIFADE To Perform With Singer STEFAN PETTERSSON One Last Time

Sweden's MORIFADE will be utilizing the services of their most recent vocalist, Stefan Pettersson, during their appearance at Skylten in Linköping, Sweden on September 25 (supporting EVERGREY). "We feel that there are not enough time to use a new singer for the gig at Skylten so we asked Stefan if he could do that last job for us and he said yes, which we are very grateful for," the band write on their web site. "However, this live performance will not be filmed, so the DVD, 'Morifade - Live At Storsjöyran', will still be the last filmed performance with Stefan, just so that [the fans] won't feel ripped off!"

MORIFADE's third album, "Domi<>nation", was released earlier this year through Holland's Karmageddon Media (formerly Hammerheart Records). The follow-up to 2002's "Imaginarium" was recorded at Los Angered studios in Gothenburg and Monogram studios in Stockholm.


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