Apocalyptic Death-Rock, Beastmilk, Climax, Deaf Forever, Debut Album, Dreamcrash, European Tour, Girl In A Vortex, Grave Pleasures, Johan Snell, Juho Vanhanen, Linnéa Olsson, Maria Louceiro, Mat McNerney, Metal Hammer, New Album, Oranssi Pazuzu, Rock Tribune, Samantha Muljat, Sarah Ben Hardouze, Sony, Teresa Kuhn, The Oath, The Wailing Dead Tour, Tom Dalgety, Tribulation, Uno Bruniusson, Valtteri Arino, Vampire
After their most successful tour alongside countrymates Tribulation and Vampire in January, Grave Pleasures seem to have taken some time away from social media. As of today the band reveals one of the reason for their temporary withdrawal, seeing guitarist and former member of The Oath, Linnéa Olsson leaving them to pursue new adventures.
Commented the band: “We would like to thank Linnéa from the bottom of our hearts and wish her all the best on her new path. We will always be very proud of her and the work we did together. Grave Pleasures continues to rock and roll onward. We will announce our future plans very soon.
This from Linnéa:
Grave Pleasures has been an intense adventure and creative experiment. This past year and a half has allowed me to grow as a songwriter and performer, and to experience life and music from strange and new perspectives.
Now the time is right for me to take the next step, and therefore I’ve made the decision to leave the band. I will focus on my own project, which hopefully will be in presentable shape later in the year!
A huge thank you to Uno, Juho, Mat & Valtteri, as well as all you people along the road for your much valued support. I hope to see you in the next chapter.
With Love, To the Death