Due to "family and personal" issues, long-running metallers PREMONITION will be relocating to Chicago this fall. The group's revamped lineup, featuring mainman Tattoo Frank alongside guitarist Stevenvy, bassist Glenn Curtis and drummer Gabrieal "Gobie" Anthony (SGT. ROXX), is expected to begin work on a new CD in the near future. "Rest assured, PREMONITION will go on staying true to metal and our fans," stated Frank. "We are revitalized with fresh blood and we're coming out harder and heavier than anything our fans have witnessed in the past! The storm has arrived in Chi-Town and it will leave a path of destruction wherever we go!"PREMONITION's follow-up to 2002's "Prozac and Razorblades" is tentatively due in early 2005. The group, who have opened for such notable national acts as CANNIBAL CORPSE, KRISIUN, NILE, NEVERMORE, QUIET RIOT, THIN LIZZY, ANVIL, DECEASED, OCTOBER 31, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM and the IMPOTENT SEA SNAKES, have reportedly sold over 10,000 units throughout the U.S. and Europe.
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