Witheria Working On New Album, Announces Lineup Changes
Witheria has checked in with the following announcement about lineup changes and working on a new album:
"It's been over a year now since the last update, but here it is - What's going on in the Witheria camp!
"I - Line-up changes: J. Warhead decided to quit Witheria in early 2012, due to his lack of motivation. This happened in a mutual understanding and we wish him the best of luck in his ongoing endeavours. We did not start seeking a new guitar player at this point, but concentrated in the songwriting instead.
"During the songwriting process it became clear that Lappis 'the Predator' would switch from bass to handling the second guitar. This is very natural move for him and for the band, since he is an extremely talented guitar player, has been playing guitar in Nowen (and other bands) for ages, and his role as a songwriter for Witheria has lately been increasing.
"II - New album: Yes, we are going to record a new album. During the last year or so, we have been busy writing new material for our fourth album. We are now working on 8-9 titles that we want to get absolutely crushing and ready for the recording sessions that will be taking place early autumn this year for a late 2013 / early 2014 release. The material is varied as always, with some old tricks and new twists to keep you breaking your neck!
"III - Looking for a bass player: Due to aforementioned line-up changes, we are now looking for a bass player to complete our new line-up. We hope for a metal loving, hard thrashing individual, who can handle his/her bass and does not fear odd time signatures. We operate from Southern Finland in Finnish, so that's a must. If you're interested in the position, go to this location where you can find all our albums and links to contact us. Cheers!"
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