More live performances of PRONG have been made available for viewing online in the "Videos" section of the Underground Video Television web site. They include classic PRONG songs "Whose Fist Is this Anyway" and "Broken Peace". Footage was taken at The New Cheer's Pub in Binghamton, NY during the "Scorpio Rising" tour.As previously reported, a brand-new PRONG demo track, entitled "Looking for Them", has been posted online at MySpace.com. "Looking for Them" is expected to appear on the group's follow-up to 2004's "Scorpio Rising", tentatively due next year via Locomotive Music. PRONG recently parted ways with drummer Dan Laudo. A new drummer will be announced soon. PRONG and OVERKILL will be teaming up for a number of U.S. dates in early 2006.
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