MALICE IN WONDERLAND Part Ways With Synth Player; New Audio Sample Available

Norwegian dark/glam rock act MALICE IN WONDERLAND have parted ways with synth player Rob Cruel. "Both Rob and MIW felt it was time to go separate ways due to his lack of inspiration," the group write in a statement.

"The decision to let Rob go will have no effect [on] the future of the band. MIW will use session members for future live shows."

In other news, MALICE IN WONDERLAND are currently mixing their debut album for an April release via Karisma/Dark Essence Records. A "rough mix" version of the track "Lucifer's Town" can be heard on the band's page.


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