Following the tragic loss of bass player Patrick Jones, Santa Cruz, California-based progressive hardcore/death metal band ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS has vowed to carry on in his honor with and has welcomed Adam Swan to the fold. The group will get back on the road starting February 10 with MY CHILDREN MY BRIDE, FOR THE FALLEN DREAMS and STRAY THE PATH. Visit for the complete tour itinerary.

Commented guitarist Arthur Alvarez: "With the tragic loss of our great friend and bass player Patrick Jones, we are forced to bring a new member into the band. Adam Swan, our good friend for years has joined the ARSONISTS camp on bass. All of us have known Adam for years and we couldn't think of anyone else better fit for the job. Patrick will never be replaced as our bass player, but we are forced to move forward as what he would have wanted. He will always be in our hearts. Nick has also decided to step down from playing guitar. He has decided to move on with his life and pursue a different career. We have no hard feelings and wish him the best of luck. He will always remain a close friend whether it is in the band or not. Derek Yarra has joined on guitar and after our first practice with him we are shredding more than ever. This guy is a beast!

ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS released its debut offering, "Hits From The Bow", on Process Records in 2006. They went on to tour the U.S. and shared the stage with bands such as THROUGH THE EYES OF THE DEAD, THE NUMBER 12 LOOKS LIKE YOU, ED GEIN and HEAVY HEAVY LOW LOW. The group previously described itself as "the derailment of a gay train on its way to straight town."

After signing with Century Media Records, ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS released a new record, "The Game of Life", which was recorded with Zack Ohren of Castle Ultimate (ANIMOSITY, LIGHT THIS CITY).

Watch fan-filmed video footage of ARSONISTS GET ALL THE GIRLS performing on November 18, 2007 at the So-Cal Deathfest at the Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California:


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