Original NARNIA Keyboardist To Play Last Two Shows With Band

Original NARNIA keyboard player Martin Härenstam (formerly known as Martin Claesson) will perform with the Swedish epic/melodic metal band when it plays its final two concers in November/December. The group states, "We can't think of a better way to say goodbye to our fans than with this hybrid classic/modern lineup."

NARNIA's lineup for the last two shows will be as follows:

Germán Pascual- Vocals
C.J. Grimmark - Guitar
Andreas Johansson - Drums
Andreas Passmark - Bass
Martin Härenstam - Keyboards

NARNIA dates:

Nov. 20 - Mexico City, Mexico - Together For The Revolution
Dec. 3-4 - Ennepetal, Germany - Christmas Rock Night

NARNIA previously stated about its decision to disband, "Music business is tough, and it's getting tougher every day. But it's also the greatest business to be in thanks to the crowds and the people we've met along this long road."

NARNIA's sixth album, "Course Of A Generation", came out in Europe on July 24, 2009 via Massacre Records. The CD marked the recording debut of the band's new lead singer, Germán Pascual (MIND'S EYE, MENDEZ), who replaced Christian Liljegren. The cover artwork was created by Carlos Barbosa from Artiside, Brazil and the logo was redesigned by Rainer Mittelstädt of InLine Design in Germany.

"Course Of A Generation" was mixed by Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman (IN FLAMES, SOILWORK, ARCH ENEMY, DIMMU BORGIR) in Gothenburg, Sweden.


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