EVERGREEN TERRACE Drummer Forced To Sit Out Tour; Temporary Replacement Announced

Jacksonville, Florida hardcore act EVERGREEN TERRACE has issued the following update:

"After yesterday's practice, Kyle [Mims; drums] was in a horrific bike accident. He was rushed to the emergency room and released late last night full of stitches and a broken clavicle (collar bone). Unfortunately, he will have to have surgery and physical therapy for the next 4-8 weeks. So for obvious reasons he will not be with us on our upcoming headlining shows or the Summer Slob tour with THE ACACIA STRAIN. Please wish Kyle a quick recovery. He's pretty bummed out. Caleb James, our longtime roadie and drummer for CASEY JONES, will be taking over drum duties for now."

A post-accident photo of Kyle can be viewed below.

EVERGREEN TERRACE's new album, "Almost Home", is tentatively due this fall via Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2007's "Wolfbiker" was recorded in part at AudioHammer Studios in Sanford, Florida. with Jason Suecof (TRIVIUM, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, JOB FOR A COWBOY) overseeing the vocal recording and mixing sessions and the rest of the recording taking place with Stan Martell at Martell Studios in Kingsland, Georgia.

"Wolfbiker" was released in July 2007 via High Impact Recordings/Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2005's "Sincerity is an Easy Disguise in This Business" was recorded at Vision Sound in Florida and was mixed by Jason Livermore.


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