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Below is our complete Analog news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Omaha's Analog recently announced the addition of guitarist Bryce Hotz (also of Gyromacer) and vocalist Dan Lemmons to their line-up. States the band: "We feel that each of these members is going to compliment our style greatly." Hotz and Lemmons replace Josh Simms and Brad Stoneking, who left the band in January and now play in Killing Virginia.
The band's first show with the new members will be on March 14th at Sokol Underground in Omaha, NE.
Bloodfest '05 has changed its date to Sunday, July 31st. This is the second run of the Dayton hardcore/metal fest.
This years national acts include the following: Malevolent Creation, Incantation, Origin, Jungle Rot, Paria, Anal Blast, Animosity, The Zimmermann Note, The Meat Shits and Analog. Regional and local acts include: Immolatus, Dead Broke, Endless Sacrifice, Six Shots Fired, Sore Covered Whore, Imbortir, and Welcome to Wall Street.
There will be early headliners as well as evening headliners. Tickets on sale now for only $20 in advanced and $25 at the door. Tickets available locally through Dingleberrys, Gem City Records, Magnolia Thunderpussy, and also online.
For all show info and updates go to www.bloodfestdayton.com.
Vocalist Brian Craig has decided to leave Paria at the end of the summer to futher his education. Craig has been with the group for two years, appearing on both their EP and full-length, and will do one last (short) tour with the group at the end of July. States the group, "We want to thank him for all his contributions towards the band for the last two years and wish him the best with all future endeavors." Paul Pettit, formerly of Analog, will be filling in on the group's August tour on the East Coast. Anyone interested in trying out for the band should contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Meanwhile, in addition to Paria's July run with Analog and August East Coast tour, the band will be touring Canada briefly with Ion Dissonance in September.
Death merchants Paria need a new singer. That's because barker Brian Craig's decided to pull a Rodney Dangerfield and go back to school to "further his education and continue pursuing a career." In the meantime, former Analog frontman Paul Pettit's been called on to substitute during Paria's August tour. It's quite possible he may become a permanent member of the band.