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Demise of an Era

From: Sweden
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Below is our complete Demise of an Era news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Demise Of An Era Recruits Fill-In Bassist

Demise Of An Era just issued the following announcement about temporarily parting ways with the band's bassist and recruiting a fill-in member:

"On Monday, November 30th, our bassist Oscar will leave us to go on a journey that will last till the end of April. The band will still be playing shows and writing music and we will continue our work with a stand in bassist for the 5 months that Oscar will be gone!

"We wish him the best of luck and hope that he will have a great time during his trip. Here is a picture from our dinner earlier today, celebrating our friend before he leaves. Oscar will still be our permanent bassist and he will continue to work with us even though he will be gone for a couple of months.

"Cheers for all the support! We'll get back to you with upcoming shows and other sick stuff soon! Take care!" More...

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Demise Of An Era Streaming "Lighthouse"

Sweden's Demise Of An Era is streaming the "Lighthouse" single online, which can be heard below and comes off upcoming album "Abandoned Places." The full track listing is as follows:

1. Paths
2. I'm Not Falling Yet
3. Prisoner
4. Where The Storm Takes Place
5. I Showed Reliance, You Failed Me
6. Maverick
7. Abandoned Places
8. Judas
9. It Was Just A Dream
10. Lighthouse
11. Bringin' It Down Tonight
12. Monsters More...

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Demise Of An Era Splits With Bassist, Vocalist

Bassist Emil Agrell from Demise of an Era has checked in with the following statement about himself and vocalist Alexander Buhaj splitting with the band:

"Every era has their end. In this band we have been through blood, sweat and tears together. This band have meant everything for us and we have struggled in a long time to get it working, but some things in life aren't meant to be.

"Every person has their own sight of life and we do see things in our own perspectives, and sometimes that could be a problem, running away from problems is never a solution and I don't think we could call this a runaway, because we have really struggled to get things working.

"I can proudly say that this band has given me some of the greatest moments in my life and I will never forget that. I'd personally want to thank Max, Filip, Fredrik and of course Alex for all those moments.

"Demise Of An Era will now keep on rocking without me and Alex and we want to wish Max, Filip and Fredrik all the best in the future." More...

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Demise Of An Era Posts "Empty & Dead" Lyric Clip

Demise of an Era has posted a new lyric video online for the "Empty & Dead" single, taken off the band's debut EP.

Check out the clip below, or download the track via Bandcamp here. Further details on Demise of an Era can also be found at Facebook here.

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