ABGOTT Parts Ways With Drummer, Announces Replacement

UK extreme black metallers ABGOTT have issued the following update:

"We have announced a lineup change in ABGOTT. We parted ways with our drummer Antichrist and have already replaced him with a new skinbeater named Megiddo. We are happy with him and he has proven to be in a really strong position to be successor to Antichrist. We also thank heartily Antichrist for his years of hard work with us and his commitment, his dedication to the cause of metal! We understand his needs and we wish him well! He will always be a brother in the ABGOTT clan! Stay in tune and get ready for the new devastating chapter of ABGOTT!!!"

ABGOTT in March 2008 parted ways with bassist Azael and replaced him with Robin "Graves" Eaglestone (ex-CRADLE OF FILTH, CRIMINAL).

ABGOTT's latest CD, "Artefact Of Madness", was released in 2006.


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