Dutch female-fronted gothic rock outfit NEMESEA has parted ways with drummer Steven Bouma and has replaced him with Frank Van Der Star.
NEMESEA will perform at Atak in Enschede, Netherlands on June 5 with THE GATHERING.
NEMESEA last year entered the studio to begin recording its third album for an early 2011 release.
A teaser clip for the forthcoming CD can be viewed below.
NEMESEA recorded its July 2 and July 3, 2009 concerts at P3 in Purmerend, Holland for a live album, "Pure: Live @ P3", which was released in September 2009. The shows were unique in the sense that the audience was able to hear the band perform live in Surround Sound 7.0 as part of an innovative project that was conducted in co-operation with students from the Utrecht School of the Arts (HKU).
NEMESEA's second album, "In Control", was produced by Tony Platt (AC/DC, BOB MARLEY) and Ronald Prent (RAMMSTEIN) and was released in June 2007.
NEMESEA recorded "In Control" after raising $50,000 through the SellaBand.com web site, which empowers artists to make a professional album funded by fans.
Manda Ophuis - Vocals
Hendrik Jan de Jong - Guitar
Sonny Onderwater - Bass
Frank Van Der Star - Drums
Lasse Dellbrügge - Keyboards
For more information, visit www.nemesea.com.
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