RAM-ZET Part Ways With Bassist, Announce Replacement

Bassist Solem has left Norwegian "black psychotic power metal" act RAM-ZET due to "private" reasons. "This is a great loss and the band wishes him all the best in the future," the group write on their web site. "He will be replaced by Jon 'Daniel', a local talent who blew all sceptics aside in Hønefoss last month..."

As previously reported, RAM-ZET have made available four MP3 clips from their recently completed demo at their official web site.

The tracks available for download are as follows (all clips approximately one minute each in length):

01. …And Innocence (mp3)
02. Asylum (mp3)
03. Damnation Dance (mp3)
04. Unresistable (mp3)

In addition, you can check out a video for the track "Queen" at this location. "Queen" comes off RAM-ZAT's sophomore album, "Escape", which was released in 2002 through Century Media Records.

Upcoming RAM-ZET shows:

Apr. 16 – Gjøvik, NOR @ Ampfield
May 08 – Hamar, NOR @ Espern


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