Guitarist Christer "Krunt" Andersson of Swedish metallers TAD MOROSE has commented on the band's current status via the following posting at the band's official forum:"We are proud to announce the new lineup! After a few years with various problems it feels great that we now are a working band again! Things just didn't work out the way we wanted with Joe Comeau [ex-OVERKILL, ANNHILATOR, LIEGE LORD. He is an excellent singer and a very nice guy, but it just didn't work out for us in the long run. We only did three shows and recorded a two-track demo with him. We wish him all the best! "The new singer is Ronny Hemlin (STEEL ATTACK). Ronny is a very, very good singer and fits perfect! Check out his work with STEEL ATTACK and you will know what I mean. "The new bass player is Tommi Karpanen (ex-MORGANA LEFAY), a long time friend who also play bass in SEFER JEZIRAH and guitar in GOD AWFUL MACHINE. "We are busy getting that album togehter and also rehearsing some old songs because we want to play live! So it might be that we will do some shows even [though] we don't have a new album out." Comeau joined TAD MOROSE in March 2006 as the replacement for Urban Breed, who left the band in December 2005.
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