Allfader Parts With Osmose Productions, Working On New Material
Norwegian act Allfader has issued the following update about parting ways with Osmose Productions and working on new material for an upcoming release:
"Hey, it's about time we gave you an update! A lot has been happening lately. First, we'd like to sum up the past few years:
2006 - At Least We Will Die Together released via Osmose Prod.
2006 - Per Valla leaves the band (John inherits guitar duties)
2010 - Finn Henriksen moves an 18-hour drive aways, and leaves the band
2011 - Black Blood Flux released via Osmose Prod.
2012 - Per Valla is officially back in the band after performing as live guitarist for the better part of a year
"It's obviously quite a big deal when integral band members leave. Finn was a founding member and contributed immensely to the band's musical prowess. Still, we wish Per a sincere welcome back, and we're very much looking forward to letting our creative forces find new paths together. If you haven't already done so, we urge you to check out the other bands Per has been involved with the past years: Vredehammer and Elite.
"These days we're mostly gearing up towards our first gig outside Norway, ever. On Friday may 18th we're playing at the Hub & Heuy Metalfest IX in Roermond, The Netherlands along with Aura Noir, Aeturnus, Grave and a whole bunch of other ass-kicking bands. Maybe we'll see you there?
"We've started working on new material! We have most of the music ready for seven new songs. We're hoping to find time to work on lyrics and vocals this summer. So, a new album is in the making – but it's too early to say when we'll start recording. First we need to refine the madness.
"Also, we've ended our collaboration with Osmose Productions. We thank them for their trust and effort. This means we aren't signed for the time being and thus we are open for offers. We're always ready for gigs as well, so get in touch.
"Thanks to everyone who listens to our music, attends our shows and support us in every possible way - 'in our eyes you're immortal!'"
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