SCARS Unveils New Lineup

Brazilian thrashers SCARS have unveiled their new lineup following the recent departures of Eduardo Boccomino (guitar), Régis F. (vocals), André Sterzza (bass) and Patrick Leung (drums). The group currently consists of the following musicians:

Alex Zeraib (guitar)
André Guilger (guitar, vocals)
Alex Nasser (drums)

A new bassist has not yet been announced.

SCARS is currently in the studio working on its new CD and will not be playing any shows until album is released later this year.

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SCARS' last released was "The Nether Hell" EP, which came out in 2005. The CD featured a lyrical concept based on "The Divine Comedy" by Dante Alighieri (same book that SEPULTURA's "Dante XXI" was inspired by). The EP's musical direction was previously described in a press release as "furious thrash metal and some death metal influence."


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