Less than a month after announcing that they were joined by "shit-hot" American guitarist Duane Cole, Gothenburg, Sweden-based hard rockers M.ILL.ION have in fact already parted ways with the axeman, according to a posting on the group's web site.
Commented the band: "Jonas' shoes are hard to fill and although Duane is a great guy, it now stands clear that he´s not right for this band. We wish him the best."
M.ILL.ION are once again seeking a full-time guitarist. A new M.ILL.ION album is planned for 2006 and touring offers are waiting to be confirmed. Send bio, photo and CD to:
Or e-mail: [email protected]
Keywords: "Recording and performing experience, good ear, rock 'n' roll attitude, backing vocals."
As previously reported, Majestic Rock Japan will release M.ILL.ION's entire catalog through the new distributor 3D, starting with their latest release, "Kingsize". The albums will be issued later this month.
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