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Original Paria Drummer Returns, Band Goes Instrumental

The band gives the following update on their new drummer and a change of direction on their next album:

"Brian Craig (vocals) has left the band for good to continue to persue his college education and Eric Schnee (drummer) left the band for personal reasons. We would like to thank both of them for all the commitment and dedication they put into the band in the the time they spent with us. The good news is that Corey Barnes (original drummer) has returned to the band and we have continued to write at full force. We have decided that this next album, which we are planning to record this spring to be released via Black Market Activities, is going to be instrumetal. We are still going to keep most of it heavy and intense, but we want to add a vast amount of influences and sounds into our music and we feel that having a vocalist may hinder us from achieving the amount of experimentation we want to do as well as take focus away from what the band is doing instrumentally. Our first show like this will be held January 27 in Omaha, NE at Sokol Underground with Ladyfinger. We plan on doing some short weekend tours as we continue to write our album and are planning on doing some more extensive touring in the summer."

Paria tour dates:

Feb 23 2007 10:00P @ The Reverb, Cedar Falls
Feb 24 2007 6:30P @ The Waxx, Laporte, Indiana
Feb 25 2007 5:00P @ House of Bricks, Des Moines
Mar 4 2007 6:00P @ Maggie McCalls, Omaha
Mar 9 2007 7:00P @ Lacy's Garage, Spring Bay, Illinois
Mar 10 2007 6:00P @ The Shiloh Center, Zion, Illinois
Mar 24 2007 8:00P @ Sokol Underground, Omaha, Nebraska

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