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Against The Plagues Recruits New Guitar Player Aaron Covarrubias

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Against The Plagues has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new guitar player:

"First of all we would like to wish everybody all the best in 2014! Last year has brought Against The Plagues a lot of new experiences and also some unexpected events.

"We released a new album 'The Quaternion' and received amazing reviews, played series of killer promotional/album release shows, we increased the number of fans, we met with new promoters etc. On the other hand we had some line up changes , practice room changes and few more tough decisions we were forced to deal with.

"We have emerged a much stronger and dedicated group at the end of it all. 2014 will be a new chapter in the history of the band.

"We have done a lot of work to get ourselves to the point where we are able to begin working on new music, new video, new merchandise and a killer new live shows.

"It will require unquestionable reliability, dedication, input, and most important - a mutual sense that we are in this together.

"At this time we decided to part ways with guitarist Marco Martell due to his personal obligations. We wish Marco nothing but the best with his future and thank him for all his hard work and tremendous contributions to Against The Plagues.

"We would like to announce Aaron Covarrubias (ex-Ebonmortis,Unspoken Fear) as a new guitarist of Against The Plagues. To all our supporters - keep an eye out for more news regarding upcoming shows and brand new music! This Year we plan to hit harder than ever!!"

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