Bassist Rob Young will be unable to perform live with Huntington Beach, California-based progressive metallers PRYMARY "due to scheduling conflicts." The band states, "Rob's contributions to the live sound of the band will be greatly missed but the show must go on, as they say. Therefore former PRYMARY bassist James Sherwood will be coming in to fill the position. We look forward to playing with James again."PRYMARY will play the first show since the release of its third album, "The Enemy Inside", on January 9 at the Glass House in Pomona, California. The band states, "We will be playing songs from our new album and maybe somes tricks and turns along the way. You'll have to be there to see... Tickets are $10 in advance through us and $15 at the door." According to a press release, "The Enemy Inside" "shows PRYMARY transcending their past achievements and creating a collage of stories that are independent and yet united in the themes of self-destruction and dreams unfulfilled. Musically the band shows a further refinement of songwriting and musicianship with songs that are more concise in musical statement, while still having the grand arrangements that PRYMARY is known for. As is becoming a PRYMARY trademark, the band has once again given special attention to combining music and lyrics together to convey the mood or feel of the song. This is simultaneously the heaviest, technical, most prog, and emotional PRYMARY album to date." A video teaser for "The Enemy Inside" can be viewed below. Check out audio samples at this location. PRYMARY recently announced the addition of keyboardist Neil McQueen and vocalist Jackson Heskett to the group's ranks. PRYMARY's second full-length album, "The Tragedy of Innocence", was released in October 2006 via ProgRock Records. For more information, visit www.prymary.com.