Former VADER Bassist: 'My Music Career Is Not Finished'

Former VADER bassist Marcin "Novy" Nowak has issued the following update:

"As most of you already know, I have finished my cooperation with VADER immediately after the European tour. I'm very sorry that this has had to happened after five years of my commitment. The decision that I have made was caused by the recent decisions being made within the band for some time now. I have not rushed with making my decision either.

"At this point, I would like to thank very much all my fans as well as all fans of VADER for all the support, respect and understanding for my decision. Thank you all for all the support and I ask for even more, as my music career is not actually started all over again. That's why at this point I'm telling you all: See you all live in the near future.... As always, you can expect me to go all out for you. Where and how...I will post soon!!"

Novy has more than 15 years of playing experience as a member of such bands as VADER, BEHEMOTH and DEVILYN as well as multiple projects like DIES IRAE, SPINAL CORD, CRUCIFIED MORTALS, CONDEMNATION and more.

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