Ex Dementia Recruits New Bassist Coffin Joe
Ex Dementia has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new bassist and working on a new EP:
"Greetings (insert clever surname for Ex Dementia fans)! A few little announcements. First, we are experiencing a slight line-up change. Our bassist Joe can no longer commit to EXD, due to tackling another profession, and will be forced to move out of state. Fortunately for us, he has been a great contribution to Ex Dementia, and a great friend. We are happy to have had him on at least one album, and a plethora of great shows (and not so great... Nor sober)! Exit Joe, enter... Joe. Coffin Joe that is. No, we're not all using stage-names now. That's just what I've always called him.
"Our new bassist, Coffin Joe is a Philly-based death metal NUT! He's an asshole, a great player, and hilarious... A perfect fit for us! We look forward to writing, playing, and recording with Coffin Joe in the future! So give a dead, stiff, and cold (in a box!) welcome! Ex Dementia is now:
Chris - Guitars/Vocals
Coffin Joe - Bass
Branden - Drums
"The next announcement is our next gig! We will be sharing the stage with Rottrevore, Malignancy, and Legionary! This massacre will take place Saturday, September 24th at the Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, NY!
"And lastly, our new EP! The new EP is entitled 'Crack the Coffin,' and is scheduled to come out late-fall/early winter on HPGD Productions! We already have 3 songs written, and hope to write 2 more, and throw in a cover. The songs we have written already are VERY. FUCKING. FAST. So fast, I cant keep up sometimes! But I assure you, come time to record, we'll be tighter than the pants on a Norma Jean fan. Within the next few weeks, more will be releasing song-titles, demos, etc. So keep your eyes peeled for that!"
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