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Soulless Splits With Guitarist Jim Corrick

U.S. metal act Soulless has checked in with the following announcement about parting ways with the band's guitarist:

"It is with heavy hearts and raised pints that Soulless announce the departure of long time guitarist, eternal boozing companion and life long shredder Jim Corrick. After spending the better part of the past ten years melting faces and crushing kegs, Jim has decided to move on to greener hop fields. Jim will join the band for their shows December 23rd in Parma, OH and January 13th in Cleveland, and from there will ride off on his trusty steed directly into the Forbidden Zone to seek his future. Filling the void will be long time north coast axe master Matt Sorg (Blood of Christ, From the Depths, Decrepit, Beyond Fear, Ringworm).

"Matt is a long time friend, incredible player and a drinking champion. We're thrilled that circumstances are allowing him to join us in Soulless. He's a perfect fit and we plan on getting busy with him as soon as possible, teaching him our material and beginning the songwriting process for our next full length."

Commented Jim on his departure: “Sadly, my time in Soulless is up. This would have been an easier decision if Chris, Jim, Dave, and Wayne weren't such god-damned rippers! It's time for someone else to forge ahead with this metal juggernaut; I'm glad to hear my good friend Matt Sorg is stepping in to continue the assault...I can't think of anyone else better suited for the task. Good luck brothers...thrash 'til death!”

Matt Sorg had this to say about joining the band: "Its great to be joining Cleveland's best Metal band! I've been in bands with Chris Dora for over 17 years now and I'm glad to keep that going! I've known all these guys forever and I'm excited to get to Thrash with them!"

Soulless is currently working in Bad Back studios with producers David Johnson and Snacks Mahone putting the final touches on the band's latest opus, “In Death's Grip," which should be out in early 2012. You can next catch Soulless live at the Third Annual WJCU Holiday Benefit Concert for the Cleveland Food Bank on Friday, December 23rd at the Hive in Parma, Ohio.

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