SETHERIAL Parts Ways With Bassist
Swedish black metallers SETHERIAL have issued the following update:
"Due to mostly not being committed enough we’ve decided to end our collaboration with recent bassist, Funestus Inferis.
For the upcoming album, the bass will be handled by Kraath. A session bass player will later be recruited for upcoming live rituals.
The new official SETHERIAL lineup is:
Infaustus - Vocals
Kraath - Guitars and bass
Thurz - Guitars
Mysteriis - Battery
"Session bass players will be revealed later.
"The recording of the new album will start this week and we are also preparing to record a additional new track exclusively for a split EP with CORPUS CHRISTII.
"The new, yet-untitled SETHERIAL album will probably be released this winter through Regain Records."
SETHERIAL's fifth album, "Death Triumphant", was released in May 2006 via Regain Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Endtime Divine" was recorded at the Abyss studio and is said to be "more technical than their previous albums but the aggression still remains."
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