THE DUSKFALL Part Ways With Guitarist, Announce Temporary Replacement
Luleå, Sweden-based metallers THE DUSKFALL have parted ways with guitarist Joachim Lindbäck. According to a post on the band's web site, "Joachim has decided to leave the band due to not having time for his family and committing to the band at the same time. We all respect his decision and wish him all the best for his future. The band will look for a new guitar player but in the meantime that spot will be filled by Lars Löfven from DEFLESHED."
THE DUSKFALL's sophomore CD, "Source", was released in December through Greece's Black Lotus Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Frailty" was recorded at Dug-Out studios in Uppsala, Sweden and the music on the CD is being described as "darker, faster, more melodical and catchy as hell!"
Upcoming THE DUSKFALL tour dates:
Aug. 14 – Bad Berka, GER @ Party.San Open Air Festival
Aug. 19 - Abtsgmünd, GER @ Summer Breeze Festival
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