APARTMENT 26 have recruited drummer Brad Booker from the Jefferson City, Missouri-based act STIR. The group played their first show with the newest member at the Whisky in West Hollywood, California on June 26th as support to STONE SOUR (featuring Corey Taylor and Jim Root from SLIPKNOT), and "fun was had by all, which is, let's not forget, the most important thing," according to the band. A few photos taken at the gig can be viewed at this location.Meanwhile, APARTMENT 26 are continuing work on the material for their self-titled sophomore album, which is tentatively due in early 2003 through an as-yet-undetermined label.
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