Vocalist Wally Wood of the Jacksonville, Florida-based hard rockers ALLELE has issued the following update:
"I am BACK along with the original members, Keith OG (drums) and Ryan St John (bass) as well as Kelly Hayes (guitar; ex-COLD). Sorry I have been away a while and glad to hear you all have been still rockin out to the last album 'Point Of Origin'.
"So here we are in 2008 and you may wonder what is next? I have read a couple of hundred pages of inquiries in our inbox regarding the next step for ALLELE. Well, first step is, the first show we will play is August 16th at Freebird Live in Jacksonville, Florida. After that, we will start recording the next album.
"We have a lot of work ahead because we want this next album to blow you away. Be patient (like you have been!) but I am telling you it is coming. Hopefully by the end of this year.
"But, if you want to see the band live, I suggest coming to Jacksonville because there will not be any other shows anytime soon after August as we prepare to hit the studio.
"Whatever promises you have heard in the past, know that this is for REAL."
ALLELE's debut album, "Point of Origin", was produced by Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, BREAKING POINT) and was released in October 2005 through Corporate Punishment Records.
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