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Morgana Lefay Drummer Leaves

Robin Engstrom, drummer of Sweish heavy metallers Morgana Lefay, has decided to leave the band, here is his statement:

"I made the hard decision to leave Morgana Lefay due to personal differences. I know this might come as a surprise to many, but I have thought about this for quite some time and I'm sorry for any inconveniences.

I'll try to make this statement as short as possible... I'd like to thank Charles and Tony for bringing me in back in -98 and I owe them both a great deal of gratitude for giving me the chance to experience so much, I can't ever repay You guys for that, nor can I thank You enough, thanx for all the fun times though!!!

Even more thanx to Peter for putting up with me for about 17 years totally, heh...damn how time flies huh? I will also miss playing with Fredrik, definetly one of the nicest guys around and I wish all You guys all the best in the future!

To all the M.L fans and friends out there, I can't even start to explain what You have given me through the years and I hope that in some way I get to see You all somewhere, sometime again. I will not quit playing drums, that's a promise (or threat, haha). If You want updates on what's going on check: www.myspace.com/korkil

As far as I know Morgana Lefay will play the booked shows with a replacement drummer, for more info on that I suggest You keep an eye on www.morganalefay.se.

Thanx for one helluva ride!

C-Ya...somewhere in time...CHEERZ!


Source: metalstorm

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1. Drumz writes:

All the best Robin! Good luck with your new projects!!

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