INTERNAL BLEEDING Utilizing Session Musicians On U.S. Tour
According to a posting on INTERNAL BLEEDING's official web site, a couple of the bandmembers' "work commitments" have forced the group to utilize the services of guitarist Chris Montez from DECRYPT and drummer Kyle Eddy from MUCOPUS during their current U.S. headlining tour with BODIES IN THE GEARS OF THE APPARATUS and STRONG INTENTION. The trek, which kicked off Wednesday night (May 25) in Troy, NY, is scheduled to last through early July. A complete listing of the currently confirmed dates can be found at this location.
INTERNAL BLEEDING's latest CD, "Onward to Mecca", was released last fall via Olympic Recordings. The group's first studio release in five years was recorded at Full Force Studios and engineered by Terrance Hobbs (SUFFOCATION). The follow-up to 1999's "Driven to Conquer" marks the recording debut with the band of new singer Jerry Lowe (ex-BODYFARM).
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