DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL: 'The Disappointment' Video Trailer Released; New Bassist Announced

British metallers DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL recently filmed a video for the song "The Disappointment". A trailer for the clip can be viewed below.

After playing a highly successful U.K. tour with ARCHITECTS and NORMA JEAN in the fall of 2010, as well as making a number of summer festival appearances, DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL is about to embark on a U.K. headlining tour.

In other news, bassist Iain Trotter has decided to leave DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL to pursue a career outside of music and has been replaced by Jozef Norocky (ex-RINOA).

Commented Jozef: "We've been friends for a long time, but I've been a huge fan since they started, so it feels awesome to be a part of one of my favorite bands."

Added vocalist Ed Gibbs: "We're really excited to welcome Jozef to the DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL family. We've known him for ages and know that he shares our musical outlook and ambitions. He's been a part of some amazing bands and we can't wait to start writing the next chapter of DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL with him on board. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our brother, Iain Trotter, for coming this far with us — we wouldn't have gotten here without him. Having been with us from the start, we know how hard a decision it was for him to make, but we respect that decision and wish him all the best in the future."

DEVIL SOLD HIS SOUL is touring in support of its Century Media Records debut, "Blessed & Cursed", which came out last year.

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