Against The Plagues Parts Ways With Guitarist Adrian Adamus
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Chicago's Against the Plagues has issued the following update about parting ways with their guitarist:
"We would to clear the air and clarify all the rumors regarding our lineup changes. We had not yet posted any official statements regarding these changes because we had been busy with all our label-negotiations (re-mastering our self-released album) along with preparing for our upcoming video. Now, we feel that it is time to officially announce that our original guitarist Adrian Adamus is no longer member of Against the Plagues. In short, Adrian had decided to part ways with the band (and extreme music) right now in order to focus on his personal/family life. We respect his decision and wish him the very best.
"Now, we are extremely proud to announce that Marco Martell (Malevolent Creation, Divine Empire, Cult of Azazel) is handling the guitarist position now and will be participating with the song writing process for the next album. Marco is an accomplished guitarist with the versatility, speed, and skill that the 'ATP style' demands. We are very excited about the 'official' release of our debut album along with the new material that we have planned. We would like to thank all the fans that continue to support our endeavors despite this harsh, economic state."
Against the Plauges is currently completing a music video for the song "Great are the Eyed" filmed in February in Miami with directors Eduardo and Gregg Alvarez from Elephas Productions. The song comes off the band's new album "Decoding the Mainframe" which will be officially release in Europe in March 31st via Vic Records. The clip will make its online debut next month.
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