Eternal Void Parts Ways With Nick Sapp

Eternal Void has issued the following announcement about parting ways with a member of the band:

“We are sad to announce the departure of Nick Sapp from Eternal Void. He has decided to leave on his own terms, as he would like to pursue other things in life. Below is a message from him. As for EV, the four of us are continuing work on new and exciting projects for all of you. We will not stop.”

Nick comments: “Unfortunately it has come for me to part ways with Eternal Void, this is nothing personal against any member of the group as they are all amazing people in which I love, I know it is a sudden departure but as a person my passion for music, touring and business is not there, EV is destined for great things and with personal and financial struggles I would hold them back as a band, I love everyone who has and will support this band and you as fans should continue to do so, though my time was short we have created a family like bond and the guys are in full support of this decision.”

Catharsis by Eternal Void

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The Faceless Splits With Guitarist Wes Hauch

The Faceless has parted ways with guitarist Wes Hauch and has commenced songwriting for a new full-length album. The band states:

“The Faceless officially parted ways with Wes. Things were moving in different directions and it seems that this is best for everyone. We wish him the best of luck and we know he’s going to continue to do great things in music. Please keep supporting Wes in everything he does. We definitely will.”

“We are also currently working on new music with bassist Evan Brewer, who is remaining a full-time member of the band, to clear up any confusion.

“The cover album has also been put on the back-burner in place of new original material. We are very excited with how things are coming together and will keep you all updated as things progress.”

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The Faceless Splits With Guitarist Wes Hauch

The Faceless has parted ways with guitarist Wes Hauch and has commenced songwriting for a new full-length album. The band states:

“The Faceless officially parted ways with Wes. Things were moving in different directions and it seems that this is best for everyone. We wish him the best of luck and we know he’s going to continue to do great things in music. Please keep supporting Wes in everything he does. We definitely will.”

“We are also currently working on new music with bassist Evan Brewer, who is remaining a full-time member of the band, to clear up any confusion.

“The cover album has also been put on the back-burner in place of new original material. We are very excited with how things are coming together and will keep you all updated as things progress.”

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Kali Ma Issues New Album Recording Update

Connecticut’s Kali Ma has checked in with the following announcement about recording a new album:

“Album update: Yo mo fros? Started tracking bass yesterday and things are coming along nicely! Roy is flying up from Florida next month to help finalize the last bit of work left to complete. Very excited to share this music with you all.

“There is a lot of great music coming out later this year! Nasty Disaster is recording an album with Nick Bellmore that will be out later this year as well as Cyperna and Trace of Torment.

“Plenty of great things going on, so hold on to your tits, Ct. Metal is going to plow your anoose!”

More details and music for streaming from Kali Ma can be found over at the band’s Facebook profile here.

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Sinister Realm Recording New Studio Album

Pennsylvania metal act Sinister Realm has checked in with the following brief announcement about entering the studio to record a new album:

“We are at the studio!! Starting work on our 3rd CD. We have some great things coming up!! New CD, new video, possible tour and some shows in GA.”

This new release will be the follow-up to the 2011 album “The Crystal Eye.” Several tracks from that album are available for streaming through the Reverbnation player below.

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Deathember Splits With Vocalist Tobias Sandin

Sweden’s Deathember has issued the following announcement about splitting with the band’s vocalist:

“It is with great sadness we announce that our singer Tobias Sandin has decided to leave the band due to personal reasons. There are no hard feelings between Tobias and Deathember what so ever, we wish him good luck in his future musical endeavors.

“We want to make it absolutely clear that Deathember will not be slowed down regardless of this. We have a lot of great things coming your way, just wait and see!

“This only applies to swedes so we’ll do the rest in Swedish: Deathember söker nu en ny vokalist. Är du intresserad, har mycket live och studioerfarenhet? Skicka din ansökan till Deathemberband@gmail.com med en länk eller fil med något inspelat material!”

To hear Deathember’s music, check out the band’s “Scapegoat” music video at this location.

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