on Dissonance have added bassist Yannick Desgroseillers (formerly of Tears From The Sky) to their lineup. His addition to the band enables Sebastien Chaput to return to his former guitarist role. The band commented on matter and their forthcoming new album, “Cursed“, which is due in stores through Century Media on August 24th, with the following statement:
“…To fill you in on this situation, we were originally planning on an earlier release date but unfortunately we encountered a few obstacles along the way, mainly mastering the disc. This made an earlier release date impossible. Another perfect example is the artwork. We wanted to work with Paul Romano but he is obviously very busy and we felt that waiting for his services was a better option than looking elsewhere.
We love Paul’s work and are insistent on having him follow up his work on Minus The Herd. So now that we have the artwork in hand we can definitely say that the wait was worth it.
“All this to say that when ION DISSONANCE decided to get together over a year ago to come out with our best work to date, we wanted to take every little detail into consideration to make sure this record was everything we ever wanted an ION DISSONANCE record to be. With that being said, we’ll move on to another situation which needs to be addressed.
After three long years of winging it as a four piece, we are now back to five members. Yannick Desgroseillers (formerly from Tears From The Sky) has now joined the ranks and will be playing bass, a role Sebastien has been filling in on since Xavier left the band. This switch will allow us to play some new songs on our upcoming shows, which to us is an unbelievable excitement. We can’t wait to get out on the road this summer and see some familiar faces. It’s been too long.”
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