Neptune release their album after 30 years

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Le fjump
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Re: Neptune release their album after 30 years

Post#46 » Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:37 pm

Well, the band would need another singer. Too bad the original singer died, but the replacement just was not good. The gig at Muskelrock was a disaster in my honest opinion.
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Re: Neptune release their album after 30 years

Post#47 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 3:37 am

As if minor details like that have ever bothered KIT's organisers.. :lol:

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Re: Neptune release their album after 30 years

Post#48 » Tue Dec 03, 2019 6:14 pm

Le fjump wrote:
Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:37 pm
Well, the band would need another singer. Too bad the original singer died, but the replacement just was not good. The gig at Muskelrock was a disaster in my honest opinion.
We appreciate all feedback, even if it is not always positive. Our gig at both The Abyss and Muskelrock were booked just a few weeks before Ray Alex left us.

Once we decided to fulfill the gigs, with just a few weeks’ notice, we felt that Ray's brother Roland, who also was the band's bass player for the moment, was the only sensible solution.
We don’t want to blame our appearance on anything, that’s just wrong. But we hope that we in the near future we will be able to show you guys that we still can deliver 80's of metal as it was intended from the beginning. :)

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