SOILWORK Announce Temporary Replacement For Departed Drummer

Sweden's SOILWORK have posted the following message on their official web site:

"Hello there soilers!

"As you might have heard already, Richard Evensand is no longer playing with SOILWORK.

"Richard is an amazing drummer and we are very happy that we have had the privilege to play with him for the period of time that we did.

"Richard and SOILWORK have decided not to continue playing together and we have parted as good friends. We wish him all the best of luck with his future projects.

"We are happy to inform you guys that Dirk Verbeuren from SCARVE will be filling in as a session drummer for our upcoming headlining tour in Europe.

"Dirk is a very talented drummer, and needless to say he will do a kickass job on the tour.

"Check out Dirk's band SCARVE on

"Cheers, SOILWORK"


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