“It's hard for me to write this; something I have thought about for a long time. I have argued with myself back and forth but have finally come to the conclusion to leave Draconian.
So why? One of the reasons are that since I had my son I feel I don't want to, for emotional reasons, go away on longer trips to perform. I count the hours until I'm back again. Another reason is that I have a deman
ding job six days a week, and this leads to, along with having a child to care for, that I have difficulties finding passion and energy to engage myself in Draconian to the extent I should.
It's actually with a heavy heart I sit and write this. I don't want to give up either my fans or the guys in Draconian, but I feel I have to prioritize my family.
I don't need a sobbing and weepy farewell with the members of Draconian. I will keep meeting them, but it's the thought of you who are listening to all our songs and all you whom I've met on our shows which is the hardest to let go of. To all of you I want to say Thank You! I will carry all the memories with me and all of you in my heart always. And a part of me will always be 'Lisa in Draconian'. “