KYLESA Announce Two New Drummers

Savannah sludge rockers KYLESA have issued the following update:

"Drummer tryouts went really well — thanks to everyone who made the trek to Savannah. Since the dawn of KYLESA, it was our intention to have two drummers but at the time it didn't pan out. Finally, after five years it has become a reality and two new members have been added to play drums: Jeff Porter from Detroit and Carl McGinley of Savannah (who also drums for the UNPERSONS). We feel that this is our strongest line up as of yet and new and old songs are coming along great."

KYLESA recently wrapped up touring, both in the U.S. and abroad, in support of their Prosthetic Records debut, "To Walk A Middle Course". After touring alongside the likes of 3 STAGES OF PAIN, COLISEUM and TORCHE, KYLESA are now concentrating on writing new music for the next record.

KYLESA's "To Walk A Middle Course" was produced by Alex Newport (MELVINS, AT THE DRIVE-IN, NAILBOMB, THE LOCUST).

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