Philadelphia's SINGLE BULLET THEORY have re-enlisted original drummer John Sasso to the fold. John was the original SINGLE BULLET THEORY drummer and was best known for his work on the group's 2002 release "Route 666" (Crash Music Inc.).

The band are currently working on 23 new blistering tracks and will begin pre-production at Angry Chair recordings in Glenside, PA sometime in September. SINGLE BULLET THEORY will also be in the studio for an EP, which will feature Jason Dunkerly behind the kit. Jason has been the "fill-in" drummer since the band returned home from the spring tour with AMORPHIS, INTO ETERNITY and BEYOND THE EMBRACE. Jason also performed on SINGLE BULLET THEORY's 2003 release, "Behind Eyes of Hatred", alongside Matt Thompson (KING DIAMOND).

SINGLE BULLET THEORY have yet to announce a new label deal following their split with Crash Music Inc. after the release of "Behind Eyes of Hatred". New songtitles include "The Me I Used to Know", "Letting Go" and "Sea of Inequity". The upcoming two discs will be mixed by Eddy Garcia (PISSING RAZORS, MINISTRY).


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