KNUT Parts Ways With Guitarist; Future Uncertain

Switzerland-based hardcore/metal band KNUT (pronounced "kahNOOOOT") has announced the departure of guitarist Jeremy, who is leaving the group to concentrate on his grind project, MUMAKIL.

Commented the group: "This marks the end of an eight-plus year partnership, and a big letdown considering the atmosphere that prevailed within the band and the amount of enthusiasm towards our latest performances. We can't help thinking that the best KNUT lineup is history. Touring, but also writing, a new record is now put in a different light, that's an understatement. What the future holds for KNUT after twelve years of incredibly fulfilling activity, and what might be one too many changes in its shape and form, remains to be determined."

KNUT's 10-year anniversary remix album, "Alter", was released last year via Hydra Head Records.


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