Arkaik Splits With Drummer Keith Roylance
California death metal act Arkaik has issued the following announcement about parting ways with drummer Keith Roylance:
"We are sad to say Keith Roylance will be leaving the band. We'd like to thank him for all his hard work and dedication to help get Arkaik where it is today. He will still be playing our upcoming shows, But due to his personal life he will be unable to tour with the band.
"So! That leaves us looking for a new full time drummer. We are looking for a dedicated drummer that wants to tour and take Arkaik to the next level. You must have a passport and a clean record so we can tour outside of the country. Dedicated and passionate about the music and your craft. Not only do we want someone who can play our material but also someone who can add some new flavor and a sick jazz fusion style to the band amongst the brutality. Serious inquiries only!
"If you or someone you know who might be interested please send us a message on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Here's a list of songs we would like to see covered for try outs...
The Divine Manifestation
Face of Regression
"Please help spread the word on looking for a new drummer so we can hit the road asap!
Also we are over halfway done writing for the upcoming album 'Metamorphignition.' This will not hinder the writing at all we are still very hard at work to finish the album and hit the studio in fall/winter time. Expect some pre-production teaser vlogs here very soon! Thanks for the support!"
You can also listen to the band's music by heading over to the Arkaik MySpace page.
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