San Francisco Bay Area prog-rockers ENCHANT have amicably parted ways with drummer Paul Craddick and have replaced him with ex-CHAOS THEORY sticksman Sean Flanegan. According to guitarist Doug Ott, “Sean is an old friend from a band named CHAOS THEORY, DALI'S DILEMMA now, who left the band before the name change to pursue different styles of music. For his influences he lists such greats as Phil Collins, Paul Craddick, Matt Cameron, Bill Bruford, Neil Peart and Stewart Copeland, just to name a few. He is a great drummer, musician and friend that we are happy to have a board! We hope you all welcome into the ENCHANT family. You can hear Sean's playing and contributions on our upcoming release.”ENCHANT's brand new CD, entitled Blink Of An Eye, is scheduled for release on July 11th through Inside Out Records. A US tour will follow shortly thereafter.
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