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The Lucifer Principle Parts Ways With Bassist Michael Grunwald and Announces Replacement

Dutch metal band The Lucifer Principle has issued the following update regarding the departure of bassist Michael Grunwald from their lineup:

"After 5 years of writing, retuning, detuning, recording, doing promo, traveling in a van with 4 other crazy stomping freaks, Mike has decided that the time has come to move on. As one of the initiators of THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE, Mike not only brought something new to the table (playing a Stand-up Bass), but also provided a steady and intense live performance as well."

"We wish Mike all the best for the future, and thank him for the great times we had on the road. You will always stay a part of the monster we’ve created!"

"At this moment we’re rehearsing songs with our new bass player Sander Keuls. Sander is the personification of death ’n roll itself, we couldn’t wish for a better substitute. We wish Sander a hell of ride with THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE."

"Besides rehearsing our actual live set we started working on new some idea’s for Album # 3, the songs that are close to completion sound very intense already, we can’t wait to get our asses in the studio to start pre-producing the new songs. We also have some cool surprises lined up for you on the new album..."

Mike has issued the following parting statement, "After being part of THE LUCIFER PRINCIPLE for more than 5 years, I felt it was time to move on. It was great to explore our music through my input and output. I would like to thank the remaining TLP members for their vision and friendship."

"I’m glad the band already found a perfect replacement in Sander. The band is working on new songs for the third album, have fun guys, kill it for me!"

"To me this is no goodbye from the scene, my taste in music remains the same, so we’ll meet again during a gig or festival!"

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