VISIONS OF ATLANTIS Part Ways With Guitarist, Announce Replacement

Austrian "epic metal" band VISIONS OF ATLANTIS have parted ways with guitarist Werner Fiedler "due to personal reasons." Replacing him in the band is Wolfgang "Wops" Koch, who made his live debut with the group in Chur and Biberach. "The feeling with him is great and VISIONS OF ATLANTIS is ready to conquer new grounds with this guitar wizard!" the band write on their web site. "He will be of course playing the tour in April."

VISIONS OF ATLANTIS released their latest album, "Cast Away", last November through Napalm Records/SPV. The CD was recorded and mixed by Peter O. Moritz at Radwerk 14 Studios in Austria and was mastered by Ue Nastasi at Sterling Sound in New York City.

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