Israeli metallers ETERNAL GRAY issued the following statement:
"We would like to announce that after being several years in the band, Oren Balbus (vocals) and Gil Ben-Yaakov (bass) are no longer part of ETERNAL GRAY. Gil and Oren have been our friends and band members for over seven years now, in which 'Your Gods, My Enemies' was recorded, as well as numerous unforgettable shows were played together. However, throughout the years, we have been faced with the difficult realization that the band's creative future does not fit with Gil's and Oren's and therefore, had to make this tough decision.
"Gil and Oren will always be a part of the ETERNAL GRAY family. We wouldn't be where we are without their contribution, commitment and drive.
"From now on, Gil and Oren will be replaced by two talented minds: Zion Mizrachi (vocals) and Eyal Ben Shushan (bass). Both Zion and Eyal have convinced us that ETERNAL GRAY, with them, will keep deliver the best music it possibly can and as always, keep standards high.
"Please welcome the new face of ETERNAL GRAY!"
ETERNAL GRAY's second album, "Your Gods, My Enemies", was recorded at Studio Underground in Sweden and was released last year via Season Of Mist.
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