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Omophagia Recruits New Drummer "Wild"

Omophagia, which split with its drummer earlier this year, has now issued the following announcement about recruiting new member Wild:

"We are glad to announce that we finally found a new drummer! In the last months we had an intensive time rehearsing with a few candidates to fill the huge gap which Lehmä had left at the beginning of this year. We felt that it would not be easy to find a suitable person but surprisingly we soon had the honor to rehearse with some very talented guys who were interested in the job. I couldn't imagine that there are so many young and talented death metal drummers in our tiny country. Thank you very much that you spent your time and sweat with us!

"But now to the most important part: It was not an easy decision to find out which drummer would suit us best but in the end the decision was quite clear: The guy that will take the seat behind the drums is called 'Wild,' and the name says it all!

"Wild can look back on a long metal-career and is already experienced in all important Deathmetal-skills. He's aged 27 and played in a few combos quite known here in Switzerland (Stoned Hill, Fragment of Symmetry). We are also very glad that he's as spoiled and nasty as we are and so he fits perfectly to the rest of the band!

"Wild convinced us by his professional way to learn the songs. He learned them all by himself by our drum and guitar tracks and just blew us away when he started playing them at our rehearsal-room. We really can't wait to hit the stages again and if the progress will be as fast as in the last weeks, this will be very soon!

"Be prepared to see Omophagia as brutal as never before! See ya guys!"

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