DYING FETUS Announce Session Drummer

DYING FETUS have announced the addition of session drummer John Longstreth (ORIGIN, SKINLESS, EXHUMED) to the group's ranks. Longstreth will be filling in for regular drummer Erik Sayenga, who "is unable to join us" on the road with GWAR, the band write on their web site. "We will certainly miss having Erik with us these two months, but we must say that John has done a great job of learning our set list for these shows with barely two weeks of daily rehearsals!"

As previously reported, DYING FETUS recently parted ways with vocalist Vince Matthews and are currently carrying on as a four-piece. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates with GWAR and ALL THAT REMAINS can be found at this location.

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