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Below is our complete Acariya 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.
ACARIYA has parted ways with founding member/bassist Nick Vuona this past week. The separation, though somewhat unexpected, comes with no hard feelings. With regards to Nicks departure the band has released the following statement:
"It is a sad day in the ACARIYA camp as we part ways with our bass player of four years, Nick Vuona. A founding member, Nick has been our brother through this adventure and we are more than sad to see him go. We wish him well and will never forget all the memories and stages we have shared.
"As always, ACARIYA marches on and we are now on the hunt for a new bass player. Please send us a message if you are interested. Serious inquiries only. Must have own equipment, transportation, and a level of commitment that matches our own. We have an album out on Hold True Records that we need to support and a new record to finish. Be ready to hit the ground running."
For those interested in trying out for the Providence, RI metal band, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hold True Recordings has sent in the following post-drive update about the recent food drive they were involved with:
"Hold True Recordings (Bolton, MA) and 91.5fm WUML (Lowell, MA) held a very successful 'on-air' food drive featuring live performances by Beautiful Gorgeous, Dour Cursiva and Acariya. The event brought in a healthy amount of non-perishable caned food and toiletries for the Operation: Military Kids Emergency Food Program, which is housed at the Quinsigamond Village Community Center, in Worcester Ma. Dave Johnson, the director of the QVCC has informed HTR that the food program has taken some major hits over the past few months. Local stores and grocery chains have been opting to sell their dented and dinged caned food to Ocean State Job Lot rather than donate it as they had in the past. This of course means trouble for the families of deployed veterans, whose household income is disrupted from long deployments and re-deployments overseas, who now must depend on the programs 'on demand' food rations. With the projected price of food to increase beyond the rate of inflation from 2008-2010 HTR and WUML's efforts could not be more desperately needed."
The previously reported Hold True Recordings and 91.5FM WUML benefit show takes place tonight. Hold True Recordings and WUML will be hosting a benefit show to collect food for the Operation: Military Kids Emergency Food Program. The show will have live on-air performances by HTR artists:
They will be taking donations of non-perishable caned food at the station. The address is:
1 University Ave
You can also stream the benefit concert over the web on WUML.org.
The newest member to the Hold True family, Acariya, will be live on the air for 90.3 fm WRIU's "Metal Bed Time Story" on February 21st. The band will be talking about their upcoming CD, playing a few brand new tracks from it, and probably goofing off a little. The fun will start at approximately 9:30pm and run until midnight. If you can't tune in because you're out of range, you can tune in to the webcast here (WinAmp recommend for web-streaming).
Hold True Recordings has announced the signing of Providence, Rhode Island metal band Acariya. The band is already slated for the release of an album sometime just before spring. Mastered tracks from the upcoming album, which to date remains un-named, will be available within the next few weeks. Here is what the band had to say about the signing:
"We are very happy to announce that we have signed to Hold True Recordings. We all feel that this label is the perfect compliment to what we are about. This is a label that has a great outlook on music and very similar goals to what we are trying to achieve not only in music but in life. We are looking forward to working closely with Ethan and the Hold True Family and we see great things to come in the future."