APHELION Part Ways With Singer, Seek Replacement

APHELION, the Oslo, Norway-based group featuring former members of SACRALIS, OLD MAN'S CHILD, PECCATUM and DIMENSION F3H, have parted ways with singer Anette Guldbrandsen. "Anette was one of the founding members but due to personal differences within the band we could not continue the cooperation and had to let her go," the group write in a statement. "We would like to wish her good luck with future projects and thank her for everything she has done for the band.

"APHELION will be auditioning singers (male and female) in the close future and anyone interested can contact us at [email protected] Oslo residents preferred."

In other news, APHELION have finished recording all the instrumental tracks for their debut album and they hope to complete the recordings before the end of the year for an early 2005 release.

For more information, visit www.aphelion.no.

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