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Coronatus Splits With Vocalist Natalie Kempin

Coranatus recently announced the band would be entering the studio in August. The group has now checked in with the following message about parting ways with vocalist Natalie Kempin:

"Time for news. We have some good, and some bad news! First the bad news: After some months of work and rehearsal with Natalia Kempin, we realized, that the different opinions about music and band are too far away from each other, and does not support the creative band life for the upcoming tour dates and the new album. For this reason, Coronatus and Natalia split, she will not be Coronatus singer anymore from this point. We wish her all the best for the future!

"Now the good news: For the upcoming gigs and the tour with Haggard (more info coming soon), we where able to reactivate an old friendship from the Lux Noctis times. Viola Schuch, singer on Lux Noctis, will fill the empty space for a part of the tour! This is a very rare opportunity for all Coronatus fans, to see an unexpected line up, and an exceptional experience on the upcoming concerts! For the other part of the tour, we will announce another surprise very soon. Stay tuned!

"A short note for the upcoming tour with Haggard: We will play a part of the Haggard European Tour, mostly Germany. Exact locations and dates will be announced soon. In our next radio show 'It's Coronatus time' on Newcomerradio Deutschland, we will present you more news, along with personal info of Viola Schuch and the 2nd soprano voice for the tour. So don't miss the next radio show on March 8, at 22:00 German time!"

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