Former PSYCHOTIC WALTZ Drummer Joins BRICK BATH

San Diego, CA-based thrash metallers BRICK BATH have announced the addition of former PSYCHOTIC WALTZ/TEABAG drummer Norm Leggio to the group's ranks.

"After auditioning a ton of drummers, Norm was the obvious choice," BRICK BATH guitarist Eric Meyer said in a statement. "We are all just so happy to have him as a part of the band so we can get back to work."

BRICK BATH is currently writing material for its forthcoming album, which they hope to release in the spring of 2007, to be followed by another U.S. tour. They are still searching for a new label home as well.

BRICK BATH CDs include "I Wont Live the Lie" (2002), "Rebuilt" (2003) and "American Currency" (2005), which were all released in the U.S., Canada and Europe on Pavement/Crash Music.

For more information, visit www.brickbath.com.

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