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German epic metal pioneers Equilibrium are very pleased to officially announce their new bass player Makki.
The band states:
"This time, we decided to take our time to pick a new member. We could've come up with the idea to hire Makki as our new bass player much earlier, since he has been on the road with us as our tour manager for many years and has already toured the world on his own. He has always been a part of the family and now we are happy to welcome him on stage with us!"
Makki himself added:
"July 2004: After a show, I'm buying this CD named ‘Demo 2003’ from our opening act 'EQUILI...what?', to support that rising underground act... and BAM! Twelve years later I am standing on stage together with Equilibrium. I am very grateful for the long friendship with the EQUI-family and I can't wait for the upcoming adventures and shows together with the best fans in the world! See you on the next gig..."
Makki will join Equilibrium on stage throughout their upcoming European festival run and autumn tour dates.
Recently, the band released the lyric video for the brand new track ‘Born To Be Epic’ via YouTube. Check it out here.
‘Born To Be Epic’ is now available as an instant-grat track when you pre-order ‘Armageddon’ digitally: http://bit.ly/EquilibriumDigital
The album Track-by-Track trailers can be seen here:
Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGmZ52nyblE&feature=youtu.be
Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhEyAWpOHbA&feature=youtu.be
The limited Digipak Edition includes a bonus CD with the instrumental version of the whole album.
You can pre-order ‘Armageddon’ here:
‘Armageddon’ Limited Edition 2CD Digipack + Exclusive Wallet Chain
‘Armageddon’ Limited Edition Double CD
‘Armageddon’ Limited Edition 2LP Purple Vinyl
‘Armageddon’ Digital Album
This time, the album was recorded, mixed and produced by René himself and was mastered by Maor Appelbaum (Los Angeles). The cover artwork was again created by Skadi Rosehurst.
‘Armageddon’ will be released on August 12th, 2016 via Nuclear Blast Records
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