VISIONS OF ATLANTIS Parts Ways With Bassist

Austrian symphonic metallers VISIONS OF ATLANTIS have parted ways with bassist Mario Lochert (EMERGENCY GATE). The band states, "After some crucial internal differences Mario Lochert is no longer a member of VISIONS OF ATLANTIS.

"For the upcoming shows we're already working with new session members who will take over this position for now as the band is currently not looking for a new fix bassplayer! We're looking forward to meeting you all at the next shows.

"There will be more positive surprises coming up soon as we're working on some great specials fr our fans, so stay tuned for more news! See you at the upcoming shows."

"New Dawn", the latest video from VISIONS OF ATLANTIS, can be viewed below. The song comes off the band's fourth album, "Delta", which was released in North America on March 15 via Napalm Records. The CD was recorded Dreamscape Studios in Munich, Germany and marks the debut of the band's new singer, Maxi Nil, who joined the group in 2009.


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