Found Dead Hanging
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Below is our complete Found Dead Hanging 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.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Architect, formerly Found Dead Hanging, has completed work on their upcoming album, "Cabal." The eight-song effort was recorded at Moresound Studios in Syracuse, NY with Jason "Jocko" Randall (Ed Gein) at the helm. Meanwhile, the group is also looking for a new drummer. According to the band, "this position may become permanent if the chemistry is right, our current drummer is going to space camp for a while." Interested candidates should message the band via their MySpace page.
Syracuse's Ghost Of The Saltwater Machines, formed earlier this year by members of Found Dead Hanging and Word As A Virus, have now officially changed their name to Architect. The group will be performing at this month's Hellfest, at which time they will debut their new material. Click here to download a song. Meanwhile, the band will release a full-length later this year with Black Market Activities.
Found Dead Hanging have now regrouped following a long hiatus. As such, the band has now changed their name to Ghost Of The Saltwater Machines and are currently finishing up material for a new full-length, in addition to their long-awaited split with Agoraphobic Nosebleed. Meanwhile, the group now has two new members in Shaun Purcell and Jason Bush, both of WordAsAVirus. According to frontman Keith Allen, "After a long time of being away, we are very excited to continue on where FDH left off... the new lineup is better than ever and we hope to see everyone again real soon."
Following the amicable departure of drummer Maynard Sneider, Syracuse band Found Dead Hanging went on hiatus to write some new material and find a replacement drummer. According to the band, "a few [drumming] prospects were approached but nothing has panned out." Consequently, the group has intensified their search for a new drummer. Candidates with talent, quality gear, and a willingness to travel and tour should contact FDH here. Meanwhile, the band continues to work on their debut full-length, entitled "Ghost Of The Saltwater Machines," which should be available through Black Market Activities in 2005.
Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Found Dead Hanging will be teaming up to release a limited split 7" later this year. The split will feature previously unreleased material from both bands. AnB's side will feature roughly seven tracks while Found Dead Hanging will contribute two tracks recorded during sessions for their latest release, "Dulling Occam's Razor." Look for the split to hit streets in early-April via Black Market Activities.