Game Over Announces New Vocalist, Marcus Carlén
Swedish video game power metal band Game Over has issued the following update:
"A lot has happened in the Game Over camp lately but we decided not to inform you of the current situation until things were stable."
"The most important news right now is that we have a new vocalist! His name is Marcus Carlén but his stage name is going to be Juggler. He’s an educated musician who used to be a guitarist but discovered his vocal talent only a few years ago. Juggler now works as a professional singer and does hotel shows among other things. If you can’t wait to hear him, check out his other band Cheap Superheroes where he’s one of two lead vocalists or his personal MySpace."
"What is the reason for this member change then? Well, as you might be aware we haven’t been very productive in recent years and a big reason for this was Tim. It was clear to us that he truly wanted to be a member of this band but that he somehow never got around to producing anything in an acceptable amount of time. His passion for Game Over made the decision really hard but having waited one and a half years for him to record vocals to one song forced us to fire him."
"With Juggler we have instead found new energy to make more songs! We feel that this current band line-up is the strongest and most dedicated ever and that there’s hope for a new era of productivity. Right now one song is ready for mixing that will be available for free download on our homepage shortly. We’re also working on a new song and are kicking ideas around for a third one."
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