INTRONAUT Drummer To Fill In On Upcoming JESU North American tour

INTRONAUT drummer Danny Walker has accepted an offer to play drums for Hydra Head recording artists JESU — the new band featuring Justin Broadrick — former member of two legendary bands: NAPALM DEATH and GODFLESH — on their upcoming North American tour supporting ISIS. JESU drummer Ted Parsons is unavailable for the tour and Walker is delighted to be able to help the band out. He is doing this tour with the full blessing of his band mates in INTRONAUT.

A number of already scheduled INTRONAUT performances with the likes of POISON THE WELL and THE END have now been canceled to clear Walker's schedule for the JESU tour, which starts February 20 in Los Angeles, CA at Spaceland and ends April 8 at Los Angeles' Henry Ford Theatre. INTRONAUT will commence playing shows again in support of their debut album, "Void in April", after this tour, with future tour dates to be announced shortly.

For a list of upcoming JESU dates featuring Walker, click here.


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