KYLESA Writing New Material; Band Prepare To Head Back On The Road

Savannah sludge rockers KYLESA will be back on the road on the East Coast this spring to continue supporting 2005's critically-acclaimed "To Walk A Middle Course". Landing on a handful of year-end lists, the band will take that buzz on the road alongside a variety of other acts, including MUNICIPAL WASTE, BARONESS, VICTIMS, and labelmates YAKUZA. More dates will be announced as they are confirmed.

Last month, KYLESA settled on a replacement for the band's vacant drummer position: two of them. "Since the dawn of KYLESA, it was our intention to have two drummers but at the time it didn't pan out," the band says. "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 is currently writing material for the follow-up to the band's Prosthetic debut, "To Walk A Middle Course".

KYLESA on tour:

Apr. 13 - Jacksonville, FL - TBA
Apr. 14 - Savannah, GA - The Jinx (w/ MUNICIPAL WASTE, BARONESS)
Apr. 15 - Daytona, FL - TBA
Apr. 21 - Tampa, FL – Skate Park of Tampa
Apr. 22 - Lake Worth, FL – Klein Dance Studio
Apr. 27 - Greensboro, NC – The Flying Anvil
Apr. 28 - Philadelphia, PA – TBA (with VICTIMS)
Apr. 29 - Brooklyn, NY – Pete’s Sweet Warehouse (w/ VICTIMS)
Apr. 30 - Boston, MA – TBA (with Victims)
May 01 - Providence, RI – TBA
May 02 - Lemoyne, PA – Champion Ship Records
May 03 - Fredericksburg, VA – The Bourbon Room (w/ THE CATALYST, PYGMY LUSH, THE JEFFERSON PLANE CRASH)
May 23 - Charlotte, NC – The Milestone (w/ BARONESS)
May 24 - Harrisonburg, VA – TBA (w/ BARONESS)
May 25 - Youngstown, OH – Nyabinghi (Emissions From the Monolith Fest)
May 28 - Morgantown, WV – 123 Pleasant St. (w/ BARONESS)
May 30 - Washington, DC - Warehouse Next Door (w/ BARONESS, FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC)
May 31 - Charleston, SC – Cumberland’s (w/ YAKUZA, DYSRYTHMIA)


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