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SKELETAL REMAINS Announce Major Lineup Change


Old school death metal band Skeletal Remains have announced the departure of guitarist Adrian Obregon, bassist Adrius Marquez, and drummer Edward Andrade have left the band for “personal reasons”. Former guitarist Mike De La O will return to the band, with bass duties picked up by Noah Young. The band also confirmed that they’re now album, “The Entombment of Chaos” will be out this summer.

The band’s full statement reads as follows:

“As some of you have noticed, there has recently been a line up change; Adrian Obregon, Adrian Marquez and Eddie Andrade have parted ways with the band due to personal reasons. We would like to thank them for all and everything that they have contributed to the band throughout the years and would also like to wish them the very best with their future endeavors. With that being said, Mike De La O will be coming back into the band full time along with Noah Young on bass, which some of you may already know from filling in on the last couple tours. For the remainder of the year we have a couple friends that will be helping us out with live shows but we are still in need of a full time drummer. If you are interested, or know someone who may be interested, please contact us via email or through our social media pages. We are scheduled to enter the studio later this month to begin the recording our new album entitled “The Entombment Of Chaos”. The album will be tracked at Trench Studios(Corona,CA) and will be mixed and mastered by Dan Swano with Art coming again Dan Seagrave. Our good friend Charlie Koryn will be handling drums on the new album. Right after wrapping up the recordings we will hit the road and perform at a whole bunch of festivals!”


 

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