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Korol i Shut Renamed Due to Death of its Frontman
16.08.2013 11:59
Korol i Shut Renamed Due to Death of its Frontman

Musicians of Korol i Shut punk band from Petersburg have officially announced its name change.

      After the death of one of the band’s founders and its permanent leader Mikhail Gorshenev they do not want to continue their work under the same name.

      The musicians have decided to name the band Northern Fleet after one of Gorshenev’s old songs. This will also be the title for the band’s new album in memory of Mikhail Gorshenev.

      The band will have to undertake a number of certain legal steps; however they will not lose the right to sing old songs.

      It is a reminder that Mikhail Gorshenev died on July 19, without having lived less than a month to see his 40th anniversary, and was buried next to Victor Tsoy’s grave at the Bogoslovsky Cemetery in St. Petersburg.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Korol i Shut Punk Music Russian Music Rock Music  

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