FLAW Reunites, Begins Work On New Material

Three former members of the Louisville, Kentucky-based band FLAWJason Daunt (guitar), Chris Volz (vocals) and Chris Ballinger (drums) — have reunited and are currently working on material for a new FLAW studio album. "We hope to be doing shows in a month or so and will likely have all material for the new album ready by the end of year," Daunt said in an online posting.

According to Wikipedia, FLAW was dropped by its label Universal Records late 2004 after its two major label albums failed to sell more than 500,000 copies combined. "The band's final days left many angry fans venting on the band's message board. They had setup a few shows within their surrounding states, and when the break-up news began to circulate, no one from the band stepped forward to admit their break-up. Several fans drove hundreds of miles to see the shows only to be told by club managers that the band unexpectedly cancelled without notice."

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