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Below is our complete Dandelium 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.
Dandelium has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new vocalist:
"Hi everybody! We've got great news: we already have a new vocalist! His name's Javier Perera, he's such an amazing musician and composer who would certainly help Dandelium to grow up. He's started to work in the new vocal melodies; we'll upload a preview soon!"
A video of the new vocalist performing can also be viewed below.
Guitarist Erik Monsonis of Spanish act Dandelium, which recently parted ways with the band's vocalist and drummer, has issued the following update about recruiting new members:
"We're going to announce our new line-up soon, as we're reworking on the vocal melodies and lyrics to fit the music and new singer better. We'll keep you updated about the changes. I'd also like to thank everybody who took the effort in sending us dozens of applications, really appreciated! Best wishes!"
Spain's Dandelium has checked in with the following announcement about parting ways with the band's vocalist and drummer:
"We regret to announce the progress of Dandelium with Bella and Christopher. It was a very difficult decision, but we decided to part ways to begin a new stage in Dandelium. The group will not disappear under any circumstances. We are now looking for musicians to fill vacancies and keep working on our first album.
"From here we (Erik, Dann and Adrian) want to convey all our love and support that you gave us. I promise to return with new components as soon as possible and be able to see you at future concerts."
Spain's Dandelium has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new guitar player:
"New guitarist! Dandelium welcomed our new guitarist, Dann Hoyos. Dann Hoyos, a student at Berklee, student Mattias 'IA' Eklundh and extensive international experience as a musician reaches Dandelium to bring their musical quality and experience. We're working on the debut of our first album and preparing for future concerts where you can meet Dann."
You can also check out Dandelium's music via the band's MySpace profile.
Spanish female-fronted metal act Dandelium has issued the following brief announcement about parting ways with guitarist Alex Zamora: "Bad news for the group Dandelium, Alex leaves for personal reasons. From here we want to wish him well in his future and thank him for all the moments we spent together." You can also check out Dandelium's music via the band's MySpace page.