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Universal Mind Project Welcomes Pyramaze Keyboardist Jonah Weingarten To Its Ranks

International progressive metal act Universal Mind Project announced the addition of Jonah Weingarten (Pyramaze) as the band's new keyboard player. The band recently released the debut album "The Jaguar Priest" back in May via Inner Wound Recordings. Weingarten introduces himself in the video clip below.

Guitarist Michael Alexander commented: "It is with great pleasure to welcome Jonah in our team of friends and musicians. His great work will fit perfectly with our ideas for the following works and his great personality for the stages as well.

"Jonah possess a wonderful sense of melody, great capabilities for cinematic and orchestral sounds which we are very much looking forward to add into our own style with Universal Mind Project. We are very happy having Jonah as a full creative band member now of the band, and we are looking forward to begin this journey with all the guys as a whole, and create the best music we can. Welcome to the team Jonah!"

Weingarten commented: "It is an absolute honor to be asked to join Universal Mind Project and to join the ranks of such fantastic musicians and vocalists! I'm looking forward to contributing both creatively and personally to the music and unity of the band, while bringing my persona and energy simultaneously. I truly believe that my own unique style of keyboards and piano will mesh well with the sound of UMP and want to say a very special thanks to Michael, Elina, Henrik, and Alex for considering me."

Check out the introduction clip here:

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