NOISE WITHIN Parts Ways With Drummer, Seeks Replacement
NOISE WITHIN, the project featuring singer/guitarist Boris Bouma (EPIDEMIC), bassist John "Tumor" Fahnestock (SNOT, AMEN) and guitarist Aaron Slipp (PRONG, TAD), has parted ways with drummer Tommy Sickles (NOTHINGFACE, KNIVES OUT!) and is currently seeking a replacement.
Commented the band: "Tommy Sickles has done a superb job playing on the first album, 'Prey for the Zealots'. After learning 10 songs in a few days, he tracked them in two days, and even played a show, before going home with stumps for hands.
"Sickles will always be connected to us as musicians and people. For practical reasons, however, we are looking for a drummer that lives in Los Angeles, where the other members live, so we can practice, work on new stuff, and play shows without anyone having to get on an airplane."
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/noisewithinband.
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