PANTHEIST Relocate, Undergo Lineup Changes

"Funeral doom" band PANTHEIST have relocated from Belgium to England and have undergone several lineup changes, with only mainman Kostas Panagiotou and guitarist Nicolas remaining from the group's previous formation.

"PANTHEIST has come full circle now, retaining only the two original members that started it all, myself and Nicolas," Kostas wrote in an online posting.

"Like a creature of the night it still lingers in the dark place it claimed for itself, determined to adapt to all external pressures and changes. It is therefore with great pleasure and honour that we can announce that two of the finest musicians we know have offered to help us out on our next album. None less than Mark and Andy from ESOTERIC shall contribute as session musicians on 'Amartia', our second opus to be recorded around September/October 2004."

The follow-up to last year's "O Solitude", "Amartia"is due in early 2005 through Firebox Records.

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