SUPREME MAJESTY Announce New Keyboardist

Swedish melodic metallers SUPREME MAJESTY have announced the addition of 27-year-old keyboardist Mattias Holmgren to the group's ranks. Currently studying creative design in Skellefteå, Sweden while running his own audio production company Morningdew Media, Holmgren has produced material by EMBRACING and AZURE and has played drums on NAGLFAR's classic album "Vittra", which came out in 1995.

SUPREME MAJESTY have yet to announce replacements for guitarist Chrille Andersson and bassist Daniel Andersson who left the band last summer. Musicians interested in filling the positions can contact original band members Rille Svensson (guitar) and Joakim Olsson (vocals), along with new drummer Johan Rydberg, 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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