SUSPYRE Announces New Drummer

New Jersey progressive metallers SUSPYRE have announced teh addition of drummer Gabe Marshall to the group's ranks.

Gabe is very excited to be collaborating and performing alongside these commanding musicians. It has always been a dream of his to play such high level music in a band of the likes of SUSPYRE. He said in a statement, "As well as being phenomenal musicians, they're a blast to hang out with. The vibe is great and the shows are going to be killer!"

SUSPYRE vocalist Clay Barton added, "It has been very difficult the past couple years for us to really give our fans the live shows they deserve because of not having a permanent drummer. Now with the addition of Gabe, his talent and enthusiasm will allow us to be the band we want to be and move us forward."

SUSPYRE released its third album, "When Time Fades…", on September 30, 2008 through Sensory Records. The band performed at the ProgPower Europe festival in October 2008.

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