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Daemonicus Recruits New Bassist Martin Pudas

Swedish metallers Daemonicus have issued the following statement about recruiting new bass player Martin Pudas:

"Hell-o y'all metalheadz out there!

"I thought it would be a great idea to introduce myself in this way, as it's been a lot of questions lately about who I am... Well, my name is Martin and I'm the new bass-dude in the Swarm of Death, a.k.a. Daemonicus! I'm glad as hell and very proud to be a member in this unholy assemble, and I hope I will provide a lot of death, rotten stench, slimy worms, poisonous mushrooms, and dark influences to Daemonicus future tunes...haha! I'm a kind of crazy with a lot of stupid ideas, and I often go berzerk live... So I hope you'll enjoy the upcoming shows! I am endorsed by Woodo Guitars and my present main axe is a brutally good-looking and awesome Woodo B6 Black Walnut.

"I am(/was?) the growlmeister in the band Mesolimbic (techdeath-band formerly known as Knife In Christ) but as there's been no action at all in there for a time, I have decided to give all my energy into the evilness of playing bass in the greatest deathmetal-band of them all; Daemonicus! - DIEmonicus, haha... I've also appeared in a bunch of unknown crap-bands earlier, but enough about that for now. I'm really excited to amuse, abuse, meet and greet you all metalheads out there on the road! Stay tuned in this blog for more info and news, upcoming tour dates, new merch, etc... I can say foh sure, it's a lot going on right now in the Daemonicus camp! So again, stay tuned and remember: Keep it BRUTAL!

"Over and out."

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