Vocalist Bobby Reeves of the Los Angeles-based band LEVEL has been named the new singer of ADEMA.
"Bobby's definitely got his own voice," ADEMA bassist Dave DeRoo writes in a posting on the United Sites of Adema forum. "He's super-talented; a well-rounded musician who writes great lyrics, and can jam the drums, guitar, bass, as well as produce (in other words, just like the three of us...lol!). He's a great guy, too. I can tell you one thing: Bobby's got the atiitude, the voice, and the vocal range to bust out anything from our catalogue, and we've never sounded better. You'll hear it soon enough, I promise!"
DeRoo adds in a separate online posting, "We just got back from a 10-day run up in Alaska. The shows were killer; we had a blast, and we're currently booking shows as we speak! We're going out for a couple of months before we go back in the studio..."
Reeves joins ADEMA as the replacement for Luke Caraccioli, who left the band in October 2005 — only six months after the release of their first album ("Planets") without the contributions of singer Marky Chavez (half-brother of KORN's Jonathan Davis).
To hear samples of Bobby Reeves' recordings with LEVEL, visit www.levelcd.com.
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