Swedish metal/rock band SPARZANZA has issued the following update:"We are sad to announce that guitar player David Johannesson has left SPARZANZA to be the new guitarplayer in Swedish rockers MUSTASCH. This will not affect the upcoming album, although touring might be delayed! The band is now trying out new guitar players! Are you interested? Get in touch!!!" "Before My Blackened Eyes", the latest video from SPARZANZA, can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's third CD, "Banisher of the Light", which was released in March 2007 via Black Cult Records. The album includes the song "Dead Rising", featuring an appearance by THE HAUNTED frontman Peter Dolving. Dolving previously worked with SPARZANZA as the group's producer. "Banisher of the Light" was recorded at the Tigra Music studio with producer Rikard Löfgren. Löfgren, a former member of the death metal band DAWN OF DECAY and the goth act BAY LAUREL, also produced the band's second album, 2003's "Into The Sewers".
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