Nominon Recruits New Guitarist Alexander Lyrbo
Swedish death metal act Nominon has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new guitarist:
"Leave the light behind... New axeman! Some kick ass news, a shorter European trek is now under construction between late March and early April. Support will come from the fleshy German deathsters Lifeless, a band that just released a killer fucking debut album on IbexMoon Rds. So what are you clubs and promoters waiting for?! Drop a mail to nominon(a)lycos.com if you're interested to book this package.
"Furthermore we have to reveal some sort of severe news as well, since it's now obvious that longtime Nominon member AntiChristian Strömblad has been forced to lay his axe to rest for the time being due to some personal shit.
"Nominon collectively wishes Mr. Strömblad all the best of luck and hope that everything will work out for the best. What we have accomplished and yet also what we've been going through during the last six years together is something that only a handful of people in the world would have managed to come out of alive, yet we fucking pulled it off.
"New guitarist is youngster Alexander Lyrbo who has proven himself more than worthy to fill AntiChristian's bloodstained boots. Alex first performance with Nominon as a permanent member will take place in Zabrze, Poland March 5th. Even though AntiChristian's departure we certainly proved once again that nothing seems to be able to kill this mighty entity known to the living dead as Nominon. This marks yet a new chapter in the unholy world of Nominon. We expect it to be a bloody one."
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