LULLACRY Press Ahead Despite Vocalist Departure

May 26, 2002

Finland's LULLACRY have finished composing about eight new songs and have "a pile of ideas for new ones", according to main songwriter/guitarist Sami Vauhkonen, who added that "we haven't stopped the writing process [since the departure of vocalist Tanya], but of course it has slowed [things] down a little bit, 'cause we are doing auditions."

LULLACRY are presently seeking "a good singer and cool person" to replace Tanya, and are not interested in simply finding a 'Tanya clone", reiterated Vauhkonen. "We've already checked out some talented and nice girls and more will come."

Provided that the group find a suitable singer, plans exist for LULLACRY to release a new single at the end of this year and a full-length album in early 2003.

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