Drowningman Band Update
Drowningman vocalist Simon Brody has issued the following band update:
"Drowningman will be taking the rest of the year off to write and regroup. Their appearances on the recent 'Love On The Rocks Tour' were cut short due to family emergencies/illnesses among members of the band. Several members will not be returning to Drowningman due to new familial responsibilities (Congratulations). We will also be taking this time to find a permenant drummer rather than share Dave Joyal's notable drum skills with Silent Drive and spread either band too thin. Josh Parent, will be rejoining the band. He was recently found crawling from a ditch somewhere in Iowa after being reported missing during The Drowningman/Darkest Hour Tour of 2002. The band has already been approached by several potential replacements on drums but would consider any candidate for a try-out who is creative, able to collaborate in a group and voice their opinions, is tour worthy and does not think Drowningman is a metal band. Similarly we are looking for a guitarist song-writer who is familiar with Drowningman's past but also likes stuff like Swing Kids, Orchid, Doves, Rorschach, SDRE, ATDI, Drive Like Jehu and is aware that Drowningman is not a mosh band (but we do like to rock a breakdown here and there if it's cleverly done). As always drop us a line and point us in a direction of where we can hear your work - email@example.com. Note we are also located in NYC now and are hoping to write a record far superior to our most recent auditorally (did I make that up?) troubled LP."
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