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Vocalist Fabio D'Amore And MirrorMaze Split

Italian progressive act MirrorMaze has parted ways with vocalist Fabio D'Amore (Serenity/Pathosray/Fairyland). In an announcement on the band's Facebook Page, the band stated:

"One of the big news we were referring to some days ago regards the end of collaboration between the band and singer Fabio D'Amore. Since winter of 2009, Fabio helped us to complete our debut album 'Walkabout' with his voice, bass playing, professionalism and really supported our early shows after years of writing songs and rehearsing. But it's essential to understand that for the growth of the band, sadly, the long distance relationship, actual and future new and bigger commitments, leave the band with no choice other than finding a new person more in empathy with our current post-Walkabout line-up, finalizing the change we start bringing Juan Manuel Savoini and Fabio Nasuelli onboard almost two years ago.

"We want to underline that we thank him for his commitments in travelling for every single gig, just for the passion to sing our songs with us. Closed this chapter in the best and kindest way for both parts, we wish Fabio to succeed in his other bands and future projects and we hope to meet with him again somewhere around Europe in the future.

"This announcement has not to worry our most loyal followers, in fact MirrorMaze will return bigger than ever, beginning in September 6th at 2Days+1 festival in Veruno. All the infos of what MirrorMaze - Mark2 will look like are expected during next month...stay tuned for more!"

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