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The Human Abstract and singer part ways

Friday, November 20, 2009 4:09 PM PT

The Human Abstract has announced the departure of vocalist Nathan Ells and is currently in search of the a replacement. The group had the following to say:

"It is time we update you on some very important news. First and foremost, The Human Abstract will no longer be working with Nathan Ells. We want to wish Nathan the very best in his future endeavors. With that being said, we are now looking for our new lead singer. To clue everyone in, our new singer must be into Chuck Norris, Van Damme and most importantly Steven Seagal movies. We will be holding public auditions, so if you have what it takes please reach us at THAvocalistsearch@gmail.com and we will respond to you with more information."

Meanwhile, the band has also revealed that they will be working with former guitarist A.J. Minette on their next album. Here's the official word:

"We are working hand in hand with A.J. Minette on this next record which is well in the works. A.J. was the original guitarist alongside Dean for the band. Mr. Minette will be part of the writing force and will serve as producer for the third album. We are tremendously excited to be working together again. A.J. wanted to add, 'Let me be the first to say... FIRST POST. NO ONE CARES. VAN FLIP.'

"The process of completing this album has been prolonged and will take quite some time. The last couple of months have been spent trekking the great forests in our region, chanting great Orca hymns under the moon light, searching for guidance. It is what we have to do in order to write you all a classical masterpiece of epic proportions. We have a couple songs in the works that are well underway to being completed. In fact we just finished recording a demo with AJ."

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