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Sacramento hardcore act Five Victims Four Graves have replaced guitarist and founding member Grant Hodgdon with new guitarist Maurice, formerly of Evenground. Hodgdon's split with the group was amicable and he had the following to say:
"5 Victims was a wonderful experience for me and I will miss it greatly. For many reasons my heart has not been in it for a while. It was not fair to the other guys to go at it half ass when they are putting there all into it. I wish them the best"
The band will also be playing a string of west coast dates in late May with Maya Over Eyes. Here are the tour dates:
5/18 Reno, NV
5/19 Salt Lake City, UT
5/20 Denver, CO
5/21 Albuquerque, NM
5/22 Phoenix, AZ
5/23 Kingman, AZ
5/24 San Diego, CA
5/25 Newhall, CA (L.A. Area)
5/26 Modesto, CA
Five Victims Four Graves has parted ways with their drummer and guitarist. The band had just finished a handful of local shows and were preparing to begin work on their debut EP, "Desperation Never Felt So Good," to be produced by Paul Miner (Throwdown, New Found Glory).
Drummer Jarrod Alexander (Throwdown, American Nightmare, Hope Conspiracy, Death By Stereo, etc.) will instead fill in for the recording. Meanwhile, bassist Mat has moved over to the second guitar spot leaving the band currently in search of a full-time bassist and drummer. Interested parties in the Sacramento, CA area should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Age Records has announced the signing of two additional bands. Five Victims Four Graves is a metal/hardcore/punk band from Sacramento, CA. The group's New Age debut will hit streets in 2006. In the meantime, you can check out their demo material here. Meanwhile, hardcore outfit This Time Tomorrow hail from Seattle and will also release some new material in 2006. You can check out two of their demo tracks here.