JAGGERNAUT Part Ways With Drummer, Guitarist

Sweden's JAGGERNAUT have parted ways with drummer Patrik Räfling (ex-HAMMERFALL) and his guitarist brother Alex. Replacing Patrik behind the kit is Rickard Johansson, who is described by the rest of the group as "not only a formidable drummer, but also gifted with great musical sense." A replacement guitarist has yet to be announced.

JAGGERNAUT, who feature in their ranks FULL STRIKE frontman Niclas Jonsson, were previously said to be in negotiations with "several major record labels" about a possible record deal, according to the group's official web site. The band have also entered into a partnership with Meta 4 Music. Meta 4 Music will provide legal magement, control of publishing and responsibility of all productions concerning JAGGERNAUT's future recording material.

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