SINGLE BULLET THEORY Announce New Guitarist
Philadelphia metal act SINGLE BULLET THEORY have announced the addition of guitarist Dan Loughry to the group's ranks. Dan is best known for his work with technical death metal band POLTERCHRIST (Season of Mist Records) and "will be a fantastic attribute to the next SBT disc," according to a press release.
SINGLE BULLET THEORY recently wrapped up a five-week tour with AMORPHIS, INTO ETERNITY and BEYOND THE EMBRACE. The band released two records (2003's "Route 666" and 2004 "Behind Eyes of Hatred") through the Crash Music Inc. label before parting ways with the company.
SINGLE BULLET THEORY are currently in pre-production for their as-yet-untitled new disc and are working with studio drummer Jason Dunkerly. Jason previously played on the band's 2004 release "Behind Eyes of Hatred" (Crash Music Inc.). SINGLE BULLET THEORY, however, are looking for a permanent drummer with the ability to tour. New songtitles include "The Me I Used to Know", "Letting Go" and "Sea of Inequity".
SINGLE BULLET THEORY will be appearing at the Dwell In Darkness 3 festival in Dayton, Ohio early September.
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