ALARUM Parts Ways With Drummer, Seeks Replacement

Melbourne, Australia's ALARUM has parted ways with drummer Racca and is currently seeking a replacement. "Racca is leaving the band to pursue other interests and Youngie, Palf and Evans want thank him for all years of great times and wish him all the best," the remaining members of the band write in a statement. "Interested drummers should contact ALARUM via email at: info @ alarum.com.au (remove spaces) or via the myspace page at www.myspace.com/alarummusic."

ALARUM recently completed a U.S. tour with NECROPHAGIST, ARSIS, NEURAXIS and CATTLE DECAPITATION. The band's latest CD, "Eventuality", was released in July 2005 via Willowtip/Earache. The album was recorded through 2004 at Back Beach Studios with Theron Rennison and assistant Rick Luke.

(Thanks: PyroMusic.net)

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