RAWHEAD REXX Comment On Drummer's Departure

February 15, 2005

Germany's RAWHEAD REXX, the band featuring former GLENMORE guitarist/vocalist Jürgen Volk, have commented on drummer Dani Löble's decision to leave the group and join HELLOWEEN.

In a posting on the group's official web site, RAWHEAD REXX write, "Our drummer Dani decided to leave the band to join HELLOWEEN full-time. We took note of this decision much to our regret, of course, but we don't want to constrain Dani and his career as a musician. We know this might be a one-time chance and we wish him all the best for the future.

"Concerning the recordings of our forthcoming third album, will presumably engage the services of a session drummer for the before starting auditions in search of a follow-up for Dani."

RAWHEAD REXX's last album, "Diary In Black", was released in March 2003.

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