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Feral Issues New Album Update, Announces Lineup Changes

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Sweden's Feral has checked in with the following album update and announcement about lineup changes:

"We are thrilled to announce that the pre-productions of the next Feral album are done. More than enough songs have been written/recorded during these sessions for us to be able to put together one hell of an album to say the least.

"You can check out some of our recording process below in the eminent studio documentary that was filmed and edited by Cristoffer Strand.

"News regarding the actual recording of the album will be announced as soon as they are available, needless to say we now feel completely up for the task that lays ahead and are fully confident about the material that we have in store for you guys.

"These pre-productions were however the last recordings that drummer Rickard Lundmark and guitarist Petter Nilsson will do with the band, as we have decided to part ways. This is due to other commitments and there is absolutely no bad blood between the band and the two former members.

"Of course we are sad to see two of the founding members (as well as two of our best friends) leave. But we wish them the best of luck in all their future endeavors and know that they will in some way or another always be part of that which is Feral.

"There is however no reason to be alarmed as this will in no way slow down the future plans of the band and our goals stays the same. For the time being Roger Markström (Leviathan, ex-Armagedda) will be aiding us from behind the drums and the search for a guitar player is ongoing. We thank you all for your support, stay tuned!"

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