Mummified In Circuitry
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Massachusetts band Mummified in Circuitry has issued the following announcement about parting ways with vocalist RJ Conner:
"After many great shows with RJ, he has decided to leave the band due to personal reasons. He's still our home boy and he left on good terms and we still love him, however we are looking for a new vocalist to continue doing what we love best....playing metal!
"If you, or anyone is interested in trying out, please message us. Must be 21 or older, have transportation, a job, be able to tour with us, and most importantly have the right attitude. (no ego's, drug, or alcohol problems) Get at us if you think you've got what it takes!"
More info on Mummified in Circuitry can be found over at the band's Facebook profile.
Massachusetts act Mummified In Circuitry has released footage online of a recent basement show. Check out the up-close carnage below. The band also commented:
"Wow, last night was amazing. Big thanks to all the peeps that came out and threw down w/ us. Special thanks to Give Zombies the Vote and Destroy the Legacy for melting our faces off. Best basement show we have had, please say happy b-day to our bassist cutie pie (Justin Fletcher) for putting on such a killer event and we thank his mother and father for being so rad and letting us infiltrate there home for a day!"
Massachusetts based band Mummified in Circuitry, which signed with Innerstrength Records earlier this year, has now posted a brief studio clip online of the band's time recording the new album "Echoes of Morality." Check out the footage below, or stay up to date on the band's activity via Facebook.
Massachusetts act Mummified in Circuitry has now joined the Innerstrength Records roster. The label commented on the band:
"Mummified in Circuitry came together in 2009 after the breakup of several local bands. The band went on to self-release an EP and complete numerous tours throughout the Northeast to support it. MIC will be releasing their debut full length 'Echoes of Morality' later this year through the label. They will enter the studio this October to record the effort. An advance video was shot for the song 'First Day in a Hearse' and can be seen below."