40 BELOW SUMMER To Play 'Farewell' Show Next Month

40 BELOW SUMMER will play their "farewell" show on September 17 at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, NJ. The concert twill be filmed for an upcoming DVD, which will be sold through the band's official web site.

40 BELOW SUMMER members Max Illidge (vocals), Joe D'Amico (guitar) and Hector Graziani (bass) are continuing to play together in a new band called BLACK MARKET HERO, which also features in its ranks Ryan Jurhs (ex-FLAW) on guitar and Ali Nassar on drums.

Commenting on the band's upcoming gig, D'Amico writes on the band's web site, "It is a farewell show to 40 BELOW SUMMER because as we (Joey, Max and Hector) see it, 40 BELOW was the original five guys and now that we have two new members, our music has changed, our attitude has changed, everything has changed. As far as the show goes, we will start with our new line up and play a bunch of new songs, then the original 40 BELOW lineup will play together and we will play all old 40 songs."

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