NILE, CYNIC, INTRONAUT, ANIMALS AS LEADERS Drummers To Take Part In 'Sick Drummer Camp'
Sick Drummer Magazine will host a five-day Sick Drummer Camp, featuring George Kollias (NILE), Derek Roddy (HATE ETERNAL, NILE, TODAY IS THE DAY), Sean Reinert (CYNIC, DEATH), Danny Walker (INTRONAUT) and Navene Koperweis (ANIMALS AS LEADERS). Additionally, there will be guest appearances by other well-known players. The event will be held the first week of October in Northern California, about an hour north of San Francisco.
Sick Drummer Camp will include group clinics, daily workshops, small group master classes with each drummer, live performances, individual time with each drummer, group jam sessions, indoor go-kart racing and black light miniature golf, casino night (over 21), gourmet pizza night, wine tasting with George Kollias (21 and over), and a special private performance by either CYNIC or ANIMALS AS LEADERS.
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