DOPE STARS INC. Parts Ways With GRACE KHOLD

Italy's DOPE STARS INC. has parted ways with Grace Khold (synths, samples, programming) due to "personal reasons." In addition, the band has announced the addition of guitarist La Nuit. According to a posting on the group's web site, DOPE STARS INC. will continue as a quartet, with Victor Love continuing to take care of all synthesizers and programming like he has done from the band's inception.

DOPE STARS INC.'s latest album, "Gigahearts", was released last November. The CD was produced by Victor Love and includes "11 tracks to kick your ass very bad but also to satisfy your desire of melodies and electronic exploration," according to a posting on the group's web site.

DOPE STARS INC. will embark on a German tour with ENTWINE and JESUS ON EXTASY beginning in late May.

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