CRYPTOPSY's Flo Mounier will be filling in on drums for GHOULUNATICS' upcoming CD-launch parties in Montreal and Princeville, on May 15 and 22, respectively. "Flo, a longtime friend of the band, is helping us out despite an already heavy schedule," the band write in a statement. "We would like to thank him for helping us out, with the first show only 3 weeks away…Rehearsals are going great and we’ll be ready to destroy!"

Mounier will be filling in for regular GHOULUNATICS drummer Brian, who sprained his ankle almost two weeks ago. "The injury wasn’t getting better so he went to see another doctor," the band write. "The verdict is that he will need to see a sport physiotherapist for about 4 to 6 weeks. This is necessary in order for his ankle to fully recover and not to further aggravate his injury. Brian will be back behind the drums in mid-June…"

Upcoming GHOULUNATICS shows:

May 15 - Montreal, QUE @ Foufounes Electriques
May 22 – Princeville, QUE @ Mirage Beach


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