Defect Designer Splits With All Members In Relocation To Norway, Seeking Replacement
Vocalist Dmitry of Russian act Defect Designer has issued the following statement about relocating to Norway, parting with all members, and a seeking replacement musicians:
"Hello world! It's Dmitry from Defect Designer here speaking. I've got some really touching news for you. Recently I relocated to Oslo, Norway. I am extremely happy about it and see the future with great enthusiasm willing to kick major serious ass directly from here!
"As I am the overmind of Defect Designer, I'll surely continue the metal journey! We are signed worldwide by two labels including a Norwegian label, we are managed by Stigia management agency and we gained an unbelievable ton of endorsement contracts - you may see the list on our myspace!
"The issue of this announcement is that Defect Designer is looking for band members and I am willing to share what Defect Designer already has by now with new blood! As minimum this means special conditions for you with all mentioned gear and stuff in the list... well you know what shredding and blasting is?... you know what gigging is?... you know what endorsement is, don't you?! The band needs a drummer, bassist and guitarists, and I am able to take guitar or bass duties with addition to vocals!
"And surely feel free to write and join Defect Designer as this is the time your support is especially needed!! Get in touch by Reverbnation or Facebook. The new music is under design so keep your eyes open as it's going to be recorded and released with you or without you!"
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