EIDOLON Drummer: 'NILS Has NOT Left PAGAN'S MIND!!!!!'

EIDOLON drummer Shawn Drover has issued a statement clarifying the status of their new singer, Nils K. Rue, with respect to his other band, PAGAN'S MIND.

Says Shawn: "After announcing that Nils K. Rue is now the new singer for EIDOLON, we have received many e-mails from people asking if Nils has left PAGAN'S MIND — the simple answer is no!!!!!!!! Nils is still currently the singer for PAGAN'S MIND and now EIDOLON as well. We have already begun discussing schedules for the next year in terms of recording , etc. so that nothing clashes and all runs smoothly — this is nothing new here, as tons of musicians play in multiple bands/projects and can pull it off with ease if done properly. Also bear in mind that Glen and I are currently recording the 'Dimension Infinite' record with 3 of the PAGAN'S MIND dudes as well , so really, if you have the time, this kind of thing can easily be done. We're all friends with the PAGAN'S MIND guys and they gave this the thumbs up, so all is good here!!!!!! I hope this clears up any confusion."


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