SUPREME MAJESTY Parts Ways With Guitarist

Guitarist Rille Svensson has announced his departure from the Swedish melodic metal band SUPREME MAJESTY. His statement on the matter reads as follows:

"Since I have been active in the music industry for over 11 years, it felt natural to take a break from SUPREME MAJESTY. One reason is mainly to be active in the music business, but in another way be able to develop as a human being.

"It has been a long trip, with both pleasant and less pleasant occasions, just like it is in this sort of business. Now I am going to put all my free time on a relative new started record label called Sweden Metal Music Entertainment.

"The music will never disappear from me. I will take a break and [I am] looking forward to explore what the future has in [store] for me. I will also take this oppurtunity to thank all the fans and supporters that has been right at SUPREME MAJESTY's and my side all the way from the start, it is thanks to you/them that we have come this far.

"[Finally] I wish all the best for SUPREME MAJESTY and their new members, Keep up the good work and good luck. All the best for you in the future.

SUPREME MAJESTY's third full-length album, "Elements of Creation", was released in March 2005 via Massacre Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Danger" was recorded at JFK Studio and mixed at Gothenburg's Studio Fredman by Fredrik Nordström and SUPREME MAJESTY.

Watch fan-filmed video footage of SUPREME MAJESTY performing on May 16, 2007 at Club Class in Kristianstad, Sweden:


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