MEDICATION Line Up German Gig, Replacement For Mayorga

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 be performing a one-off show at Domsport in Kln-Deutz, Germany on March 19th, to be followed by a gig at the Key club in West Hollywood, California on March 23rd. MEDICATION are presently in the recording studio tracking their debut full-length CD for a tentative June 22nd release through Locomotive Music. Although no official announcement has yet been made, it is rumored that former skinsman Roy Mayorga (i.e. SOULFLY) has now been replaced in the line-up by a drummer named Aaron, who is currently in the studio with the rest of the group working on their upcoming CD. A European press tour is projected to take place in early March, while further US dates will take place from April onward.

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