Former AMEN guitarist Paul Fig has officially joined Los Angeles rock act BLUEBIRD, with whom he recently completed several “amazing” west coast dates alongside NEBULA and DEAD MEADOW. The group are presently in the studio working on their as-yet-untitled sophomore full-length CD, which is scheduled to be released during the summer through Dim Mak Records. Included on the follow-up to 2000's The Two album will be a track called “She's Breaking Up”, the video clip for which is tentatively due to be lensed in the coming weeks. BLUEBIRD's next show will be in Los Angeles on March 10th with ACID MOTHER'S TEMPLE and QUIX-O-TIC. For more information on the group, visit the band's official web site at this location. In related news, Fig is still a member of THE ABOLISHMENT, who are in the process of recording a new CD, to be issued later in the year.
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