French webzine U-zine.org conducted an interview with Swedish progressive melodic death metallers SCAR SYMMETRY on October 27, 2009 in Paris, France. The chat can now be viewed below (Note: The interview was conducted in English, but the video features French subtitles.)SCAR SYMMETRY's latest album, "Dark Matter Dimensions", was released on October 2, 2009 via Nuclear Blast Records. SCAR SYMMETRY parted ways with singer Christian Älvestam in 2008 due to "business and creative differences and lack of interpersonal chemistry." The band explained at the time, "We came to a point where the band's existence was in jeopardy because of these differences, and the only way for us to continue with an inspired state of mind was to go through with this change in the lineup." Christian has since been replaced by Roberth Karlsson (lead growl vocals and backing clean vocals) and Lars Palmqvist (lead clean vocals and backing growl vocals).
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