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Marco Biazzi Leaves Lacuna Coil

01/18/2016
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(TeamRock Radio) Marco 'Maus' Biazzi has left Lacuna Coil after 17-years with the Italian metal outfit. The 42-year-old guitarist says he decided to leave because he wants to start a new music project.

He says: "I felt I couldn't add more to this project any longer so I decided to leave my second family, Lacuna Coil, to take a different path, for a new challenge in my life.

"I'm now looking for another musical project to start, as I want to get back on the road as soon as possible. I want to kick ass around the globe again, because this is what I want and what I love the most.

Biazzi thanks the band and their label Century Media, and adds: "Lastly, a big thanks to you all, friends and fans all over the world, who supported me since the beginning with your infinite dedication and love.

"This is not a real goodbye from me - it is just a change." Read more the bands comments and upcoming plans here.

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