CRISIS Split With Drummer, Seek Replacement
CRISIS, the reformed group which up until recently performed and recorded in Los Angeles under the name SKULLSICK NATION, have parted ways with former TODAY IS THE DAY drummer Marshall Kilpatric and are currently seeking a replacement.
The following message was posted on the band's official web site, www.crisissite.com:
"We have some disappointing news to report to our fans. Our prospective new drummer Marshall Kilpatrick did not show up by April 23rd, as was promised by him. For reasons unknown to the band, he will not be showing up at all now. With his agreement and on his urging, we had made commitments that had deadlines such as shows (4 dates) and recording the album with producer Billy Anderson (1st week in June). He has failed to keep up his end of the bargain. We are all extremely disappointed.
"We want to let all our fans know this is just a momentary setback and inconvenience that will not deter us from attaining our goal of getting CRISIS back on track, or of recording with Billy in the coming months. We are therefore actively searching for a new drummer. All serious inquiries can be made to [email protected] Drummer must have a grasp of the CRISIS back catalog."
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