Eternal Void To Record New Album, Splits With Vocalist Jeff Wilson
Ohio's Eternal Void has checked in with the following announcement about recording a new album and splitting with the band's vocalist:
"We are very proud to announce that Friday we will be heading to Nashville, Tennessee to begin recording our next album titled 'Catharsis.' We will be recording at 456 Studios with producer Brian Hood, whose work includes Erra, Gideon, A Plea for Purging, and The Crimson Armada.
"With this, there is also some bad news. Jeff has decided to quit the band for personal issues. However Logan Adams from Avian will be filling in to cover vocals.
"We are very exciting for things coming our way. We'll keep everyone updated as more news happens."
For more info on the band, head over to the Eternal Void Facebook profile.
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