STROMMOUSSHELD Part Ways With METAL MIND PRODUCTIONS, Announce New Drummer

Polish experimental black metallers STROMMOUSSHELD have parted ways with Metal Mind Productions. "Metal Mind didn't reach the band's minimal expectations, giving poor distribution, no promotion and totally fucked touring facilities up," the band write in a press release. "Happily the new album won't be released by the label which doesn't deserve for it and simply can't do it. We're now to start searching the new label."

In other news, STROMMOUSSHELD have announced the addition of drummer Veris (also in LUMINARIA) to the group's ranks. "We're very proud and excited about this new addition to the band," the group write.

STROMMOUSSHELD's next live appearance will take place on December 17 at the Metalfilia Festival in Krakow, Poland. Other bands scheduled to perform at the event include SCEPTIC, THY DISEASE and VIRGIN SNATCH.

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