DIABOLIC: Lineup Changes Announced
Florida-based death metallers DIABOLIC have issued the following update:
"Due to personal reasons Kelly [McLauchlin, guitar] and Jesse [Jolly, bass/vocals] have decided to leave DIABOLIC. Kelly has a job working 60 hours a week and Jesse is in three other bands (CRIMSON MASSACRE, LULL ME TO LARVAE, AFTER DEATH and PROMETHEAN HORDE).
"DIABOLIC would like to thank both Jesse and Kelly for there time in DIABOLIC and wish them the best of luck in whatever they do!
"DIABOLIC would like to welcome Robert Cardenas (bass/vocals) and Josh Cannon (guitar) to replace Kelly and Jesse. Robert Cardenas, bassist/vocalist of COFFIN TEXT, toured with DIABOLIC in Europe to support our tour with BEHEMOTH, DEICIDE and DESTROYER666 tour back in 2002. We are currently writing songs for our new album and are currently booking shows for 2007!!!"
DIABOLIC's new EP, entitled "Possessed by Death", will be available for download in its entirety at iSound.com and on PureVolume.com. Three of the new songs are available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
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