EPHEL DUATH Split With Singer, Seek Replacement

August 1, 2003

Davide Tolomei, the melodic singer in EPHEL DUATH, has announced his decision to quit the band. He felt that pursuing a career in music wasn't what he really wanted, and he wasn't able to commit himself to the band's forthcoming touring and recording schedule.

EPHEL DUATH are now actively seeking a replacement. Applicants should either live in Italy or would seriously consider relocating there.

A musical skill of some kind would be of an advantage (trumpet, sax, keyboards, violin),though not entirely necessary.

Please send demos or MP3 links (not MP3 files) along with a biography directly to the band's management at:

Code 7
40026 IMOLA


[email protected]

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