WORMFOOD Parts Ways With Drummer, Announces Replacement

September 20, 2006

French decadent metallers WORMFOOD have parted ways with drummer Alexis Damien and have replaced him with Efflam (YORBLIND, SPASMS).

"WORMFOOD won't answer any question regarding this replacement and makes a point of specifying that this evolution won't disturb its planning and projects, including Tim Zecevic and El Worm's involvement in CARNIVAL IN COAL," reads the band's official statement on the matter.

WORMFOOD's new lineup will make its live debut in Chaulnes (France) on October the 21 (with BENIGHTED, FURIA and MORTUARY, among others).

WORMFOOD released its debut, entitled "France", on the Italian label Code666 and is currently working on a new CD, scheduled for release in 2007.

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