Line up changes for DeadbabesPosted on 16/04/04
Finnish darkpop band Deadbabes and the band’s drummer / composer / producer Jaani Peuhu have decided to part ways. The reasons for the split are legendary “musical and personal disagreements”. The new drummer of Deadbabes is French Kris Kylven. He’s also known as a producer, DJ, remixer, and has played in many projects before (Killing Joke, Eon, UX etc). Kylven will also produce and mix the band’s forthcoming album to be released on Futurecords. The first gig of the new line up will be the headlining at the Kunigunda Lunaria –festival in Lithuania on the 1st of May. Currently Deadbabes are recording their debut album which is planned to come out in early September this year. Jaani Peuhu from his side continues with his other projects: the synthpop solo act Iconcrash and the gothic rock band Varjo.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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