SVARTSOT Parts Ways With Guitarist

Danish folk metal band SVARTSOT has issued the following update:

"During work on material for the planned third album, the decision was made that Cliff Nemanim [rhythm guitar] should leave SVARTSOT's ranks.

"Since joining the band in January 2009, Cliff has become a good friend and we have shared many memorable experiences with him. We wish Cliff all the best with his present and future projects.

"Although we cannot yet announce a replacement for Cliff, we are continuing to work on preparation of the material for recording, and do not expect any interruptions in our plans."

SVARTSOT's sophomore album, "Mulmets Viser", was released in March 2010 via Napalm Records. The CD was recorded at LSD Studio in L├╝beck, Germany with producer Lasse Lammert (ALESTORM, INCUBATOR, HALCYON WAY, LUCY'S DOLL).

SVARTSOT made a name for itself in the underground scene with its unique brand of Nordic folk metal that combines black metal influences and lyrics inspired by Scandinavian folklore and mythology.


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