Mayorga Quits MEDICATION, Re-Joins SOULFLY Full-Time

Drummer Roy Mayorga has officially re-joined SOULFLY on a full-time basis and is no longer a member of MEDICATION, the skinsman has announced. As previously reported, Los Angeles' MEDICATION, featuring former MACHINE HEAD/SOULFLY guitarist Logan Mader, ex-UGLY KID JOE/LIFE OF AGONY vocalist Whitfield Crane, ex-ADAYINTHELIFE guitarist Blunt, and ex-THE PIECE DOGS bassist Kyle Sanders, will issue their long-awaited five-song EP through Locomotive Music on April 2nd. MEDICATION are expected to enter the studio on February 15th to begin recording their debut full-length CD for a tentative release date of June 22nd. A European press tour is projected to take place in March leading up to a special one-off show in Germany on March 15th, to be followed by a gig in Los Angeles on March 23rd. Further US dates will take place from April onward. A replacement for Mayorga is expected to be announced shortly.


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