HOSTILITY Announces New Drummer

San Francisco Bay Area bashers HOSTILITY whose bassist Brandon Sigmund filled in for Adam Duce in MACHINE HEAD on the Black Tyranny tour in late 2007 have announced the addition of drummer Blake Ferris to the group's ranks.

Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Blake is described as "a 23-year-old, solid, in-your-face, pounding, metal machine. He has consistently been in and around the Dallas/Fort Worth metal scene and has been playing drums all his life."

Commented HOSTILITY guitarist Tony V.: "After searching the U.S... Shit.. the whole world, for the baddest, most solid motherfucker out there, we found the guy weve been lookin for our new brother in arms, Blake Ferris. He sent in some amazing video auditions and right off the bat, had the right vibe, attitude and goals He came in, nailed the songs off 'Uncompromised' and went directly into writing new shit to see how we flowed we came up with SO MUCH BAD-ASS MATERIAL!!! It was very apparent we found our guy. Needless to say, we're diving hard into the writing of our next record. This is a new beginning for us we are VERY proud of everything we've ever done or been a part of in the past but this new music is the direction we've always wanted to go.this is a new era the era of HOSTILITY!!!"

You can check out HOSTILITY's video for the song "None for All" below. The clip was filmed in 2006 at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, California with director David Kluger.

"None for All" comes off HOSTILITY's critically acclaimed debut album "Uncompromised" (The Pen/Voltaic Records), which was mixed by producer Colin Richardson (SLIPKNOT, MACHINE HEAD, TRIVIUM, SEPULTURA). Richardson previously stated about the CD, "If you want ultimate heaviness, BUY THIS ALBUM!"


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