That’s right, folks.
Chances are none of you gives a flying fuck about Sanctuary, and that’s cool.
I, for reasons I can’t quite pinpoint, feel compelled to post updates on the band, even though they don’t put asses in my seats, as it were.
The cult metal outfit has parted ways with Brad Hull and replaced him with Nick Cordle, who was formerly in Arch Enemy and did some time with Arsis.
Sanctuary guitarist Lenny Rutledge chimed in with the following:
“Nick is an amazing musician and we believe he will bring a fresh energy to the lineup. You can see Nick Cordle with Sanctuary this March touring Europe on the Killfest tour.”
“It’ll be a great pleasure to join Sanctuary on tour in Europe! I’ve admired the band for a long time and [the band’s new album] ‘The Year The Sun Died’ is a breath of fresh air. It’s a welcome challenge to work up these songs and I’m excited to get moving!”
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