People loved how Sarcasm had evolved and wanted more. As the songs became more complex and melodic, a second guitarist was more than needed. Drummer Henrik took over the rhythm guitars, a position that was his in the beginning, and the drummer who was recruited was Oscar Karlsson R. The band was very lucky to have found a drummer like Oscar, the songs demanded technical skills and he was perfect! The reaction to this demo was stunning, it sold like hell and only good reviews were pouring in and everyone waited for a record deal.
During the recording of that demo, guitarist and songwriter Fredrik Wallenberg decided to leave the band and move to Gothenburg. Sad and strange as it was, the band quickly found a replacement, Anders Eriksson joined the band just after the demo release. During the recording process for this album the label started to make demands and changes, that was unacceptable of course so the deal was cancelled before the album was even complete.
The album was not spread or even sent to labels, it remained unheard and unreleased for many years. In addition to that, the full length was released by Dark Descent on vinyl in july During all these recent releases the band wanted to get back together and create music again.
Henrik wanted to switch to bass, so the band had to find a second axeman and Peter Laitinen was the perfect guy for the job. Peter, besides being an excellent guitarist, is also a great songwriter and an old fan of the band, he understood LP) concept and atmosphere more than the rest of the us so he began immediately writing tunes and with an incredible pace.
Within six months since he joined, the band had material for a full length album. As the band was ready to begin with the pre-production process, Oscar Karlsson sadly passed away in march of During the recording, due to health problems Fredrik decided to leave the band once again and Henrik realized he had very little time for the band as he was working on his several businesses which took more of his time.
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