BROKEN MELODY Announces Lineup Changes

Guitarist Emanuele Ninu has left Italian melodic metallers BROKEN MELODY for "personal" and "health" reasons and has been replaced by Cristian Sotgiu.

Emanuele took part in BROKEN MELODY's U.K. tour in 2009 and appeared on the group's debut album, "Mirroring Identities". In addition, he was involved in the songwriting process for the band's upcoming sophomore CD.

In other news, BROKEN MELODY has announced the addition of pianist and composer Giulio Fanelli to the group's ranks.

A photo of the band's new lineup can be seen below.

Commented BROKEN MELODY: "It will be a totally new and exciting path. We are motivated by this change and confident about what will happen in the future."

A preview of a new BROKEN MELODY song entitled "A Reason To Live" which will appear on the band's next CD is available in the SoundCloud player below.


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