Phase Reverse Recruits New Vocalist Takis Mark And Bassist Kostas Dragon-K
Greek act Phase Reverse has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new vocalist and bassist:
"Hey everybody! It's been awhile since our last update so let us first start by saying we hope everyone had a great summer! Our summer was a bumpy one but we are looking forward to a smoother ride after our somewhat chaotic last few months. We have some changes to announce that can only be said if bad things happen for good reasons then we hope this is the case.
"With a heavy heart we must inform everyone that Tas Ioannidis, vocals/bassist, has left the band for personal reasons. We fully support his departure and wish him all the best and much future success.
"This change came to us as a shock due to the sudden nature, during the recording of our second studio album. Sadly we had to cancel many shows that were booked, while we apologize to our friends and fans we hope you understand it was out of our hands.
"After holding many auditions we are proud to reveal two new additions to the band. Takis Mark is our new vocalist and Kostas Dragon-K is our new bassist. Takis and Kostas are both great musicians that are a perfect fit for Phase Reverse. During the auditions and subsequent rehearsals its as if we have all been playing together for years!
"We are now prepared and very excited to enter the studio to work on our second studio album. It is our outlook to release the album in 2013 with the blessings of Aural Music. We will be performing shows throughout the fall with the new line up so our Greek fans will have the opportunity to hear fresh new songs with the new line up before the album's release.
"See you all on the road…. Phase is with you all…."
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