SUPREME MAJESTY Announce New Bassist

Swedish melodic metallers SUPREME MAJESTY have announced the addition of bassist Håkan Nyander (ex-ROAD, SERENADE, SANZIA, INBLACK) to the group's ranks. "Håkan is an experienced live performer, and a perfect member to the future of SUPREME MAJESTY!" the band write on their web site.

SUPREME MAJESTY, who were recently joined by keyboardist Mattias Holmgren, have yet to announce a replacement for guitarist Chrille Andersson who left the band last summer. Musicians interested in filling the position can contact the band at [email protected]

SUPREME MAJESTY's third full-length album, "Elements of Creation", was released in March 2005 via Massacre Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Danger" was recorded at JFK Studio and mixed at Gothenburg's Studio Fredman by Fredrik Nordström and SUPREME MAJESTY.


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