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Latest Prymary News

Below is our complete Prymary 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.

Prymary Cancels Upcoming Live Show

California's Prymary has issued the following announcement about canceling the band's previously scheduled tour date on October 9th:

"Hello everyone, we are sorry to report that the Prymary show this coming Saturday on October 9th in Fullerton, California has been canceled. We were looking forward to rocking out and throwing some interesting covers to boot. Stay tuned for our next show. Thanks."

You can also check out the band's music via the band's MySpace profile.

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Prymary Recruits Former Bassist For Live Shows

California's Prymary has issued the following update about recruiting their former bassist James Sherwood to perform live duties:

"Hello Everyone, hope all is well. We are really gearing up for our upcoming show at 'The Glass House' and are looking forward to it. You can order tickets for will call pick-up on the day of the show by going to this location and ordering through Paypal for $10. Otherwise it is $15.00 at the door. We are extremely pleased to be able to offer you discount pricing at this time. The tickets will be available the night of the show.

"On another note, we have to announce that due to scheduling conflicts, Rob Young will not be able to play live with us. Rob's contributions to the live sound of the band will be greatly missed but the show must go on as they say. Therefore former Prymary bassist James Sherwood will be coming in to fill the position. We look forward to playing with James again and it will definitely be a fun night. Thank you everyone for your support."

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Prymary Streaming New Song Online

Prymary is currently streaming the new song "Edge of Discovery" online, which is off their upcoming album "The Enemy Inside." The track can be heard at Prymary's official MySpace page. "The Enemy Inside" is currently set for a November 17th release date.

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Prymary Posts New Album Teaser Trailer Online

California's Prymary will be releasing their new album "The Enemy Inside" on November 17th, 2009 via ProgRock Records. The cover artwork for "The Enemy Inside" can be found at this location. A new teaser trailer for the album has been posted online, which can be viewed below. More...

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Prymary Announces New Album Release Date

California's Prymary have announced that they will be releasing their new album "The Enemy Inside" on November 17th, 2009 through ProgRock Records. The cover artwork for "The Enemy Inside" can be found at this location.

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Prymary Announces First Live Show In Two Years

California's Prymary have issued the following update about their first live show in two years:

"As promised, here are the details for our first show in 2 years. Please come and help support the band by welcoming us back with the new line-up. Also, we will be performing songs from our upcoming album 'The Enemy Inside' (which is being mixed at this very moment)."

The details are as follows:

Fitzgerald's Sports Pub
19171 Magnolia St.
Huntington Beach, CA. 92646
(714) 968-4523
Show starts at 9:00pm
$6:00 cover charge

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Prymary Issues Band Update

California's Prymary has issued the following update about line-up changes and a new album:

"It has been an exciting and fruitful time for us here in the Prymary camp. There has been a lot of activity and plenty of surprises. We have a new album currently in the beginning stages of mixing and a release date coming soon.

"However, it is my sad duty to announce that Smiley Sean has decided to leave Prymary and go back to school to pursue a career in film scoring. Although he would have liked to have continued in the band, the demands of school and Prymary would have been all but impossible. We fully support him in his new endeavor and wish him the best of luck. Smiley will still be involved behind the scenes with production and engineering.
Coming in to replace Smiley will be Neil McQueen who comes in with a wealth of studio and live experience.

"Neil's contributions to the group add a wealth of creativity and freshness to the group. On vocals to replace Prymary's former vocalist Mike DiSarro will be Jackson Heskett. Jackson is a bustling live musician and brings his tremendous vocals to the group. On bass we have Rob Young who has played live with the band since 2006. All of these talented musician's join Sean and I in rounding out our line-up. More...

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